Dorayme (and rf):
I do all my *own*
hosting on my own machine (an embarassed smirk here)
An XP Pro (sp3) machine (beside me) is my Apache 2.2.10 server)
Another XP Pro (sp3) machine (my dev machine) connected on a local
network with the above Apache server machine (both within five feet of one
I develop pages on my dev machine, then (after testing them on IE FF,
Safari, Opera using Windows Explorer), transfer them over the network to the
Apache machine. When a request comes in to apache, an executable
(mepinit.exe) accesses the appropriate page, opens it, does what is needed
to it (usually nothing), then send the page on its way to Apache for onward
transmission to the client.
I only use www.zoneedit.com to allow me to use its DNS, and doing a 'web
forward' to my selected port (4296) on my Apache machine. Both my machines
are behind a router. That router 'listens' to port 4296, and passes traffic
to the apache machine. Also, the windows firewall on the apache machine only
allows traffic on port 4296 to get to Apache.
So, I'm learning 'Apache' as well as trying to learn 'presentation'.
Also, I have another site that I'm also hosting -- but its worse that the
mesaeastpark site (if you can imagine that !)
So, how do I get rid of 'frames'
(btw, President Obama is coming to Mesa, on *Wednesday*
(not Tuesday as I
mentioned earlier). Since that's my golf day, and our course is just 400
yards north of where he'll be talking, we'll probably get stuck in a traffic
hold-up near there and miss our teetime :(( -- we tee-off at 1025am, he's
scheduled to talk at 10:15am)