Initially, the vast majority of World Wide Web (WWW)
documents consisted of static
Connections are made from a browser to a WWW
Meta-HTML is currently implemented as a CGI program which can be executed every time the server is ready to retrieve a document. As before, the document to be retrieved can be a file of HTML, an image, or a CGI program to be executed. However, the document can also be a file of Meta-HTML code, in which case the benefits of dynamic variables and flow-control statements are fully realized.
Although this implementation method is not server-specific, you still must make a couple of configuration changes to your HTTP server in order to hide the Meta-HTML program from the user. Details are in the Installation Guide.
The META-HTML Reference Manual V2.0 Copyright © 1995, 1998, Brian J. Fox
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