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Web Publishing Using HTTP PUT

Besides specifying the well-known GET and POST methods familiar to CGI programmers on the World Wide Web, the HTTP specification also describes the lesser-known PUT method, useful for uploading files to the web server from PUT-capable HTML editors such as Netscape Navigator Gold, Amaya, or AOLpress. When used properly, the HTTP PUT method provides a useful alternative to FTP uploading or third-party server extensions (i.e. Microsoft FrontPage). The HTTP PUT method is easily integrated into the Blue Reef Virtual Server web service by means of a special CGI program.


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