CGI or "Common Gateway Interface" is a
'behind the scenes' programming technique to liven up your pages.
LiveNet (the sister company of Global Network Access) has developed CGI scripts and programs on a variety of platforms an OSs. Take a look at some CGI programs in action currently running on web pages.
The "Quicktip" section of LiveNet's pages is a simple yet useful example
of CGI programming. This program inserts a random snippet of text or html code
into a web page as it
is being downloaded into a browser. (Hit your browser's reload button to
see it in action, when you visit LiveNet's site.)
view a customer site containing a search index for jewelry. This site uses a
proprietary database engine designed specifically for their search requirements.
http://www.saainc.com/, you will find an online
database of job postings. The design includes a web based system administrator's
package for day-to-day maintenance and 24/7 data entry capabilities.