Use these tutorial links
with several popular FTP clients:
Beginner's Guide to FTP
Composer (Netscape) -
Microsoft Publisher -
reference to HTTP headers: This lists all the message headers
defined in the HTTP/1.1 protocol, with short descriptions. In the list,
the name of the header is a link to its definition in the protocol
Really Easy: This tutorial explains the simple, English-based
structure of HTTP communication, and teaches you the practical details
of writing HTTP clients and servers. It assumes you know basic socket
W3C HTTP Overview:
W3C page with links to specifications, drafts, papers and reports,
sample software, mailing lists, etc.
HTTP/1.1 RFC: Hypertext Transfer Protocol -- HTTP/1.1
HyperText Transfer Protocol (WDVL): Overview of general properties
of http, http headers, request and response.
Http Works: A one-page introduction to http. If you click the "Home"
link you will get a page where you can type in a web address and see the
http headers displayed.
HTTP Codes: No doubt you have seen 404 already, but this page has a
list of many http codes and their meaning.
Http Attributes: Attributes describe the web server and the
requested file. This is a list of some of the more common ones.
Specifications and Drafts: IETF Request For Comments (RFCs).
Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) Working Group: Internet
Engineering Task Force working group page has various drafts, papers,
mailing list archive and http resources.
Change History for HTTP (W3C): This is the inverse chronological
list of changes to the HTTP specification. (downloadable reports).
The Original HTTP as defined in 1991: This document defines the
Hypertext Transfer protocol (HTTP) as originally implemented by the
World Wide Web initiative software in the prototype released. This is a
subset of the full HTTP protocol, and is known as HTTP 0.9.
Basic HTTP as
defined in 1992: This document is a hyperlinked Internet Draft. This
is a historic document and is not accurate anymore (but still