If you design your Web site for commerce and it collects credit card information or provides other confidential information, then your customers need protection. Usually, that means some form of encryption.
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Welcome to the third and final article in this series. It has been great fun working through the techniques necessary to implement Agents on Web pages. As a matter of fact, I'm currently implementing them in a big way for many of my own Web sites. That's
You may have read and worked through our first article on using Microsoft Agents in your Web page and want to learn more, or skipped it to dive right in and learn how to move those guys around by reading data out of a database. If either case describes you, you're in the right place.
How would you like develop a completely interactive help system for your Web-based application? How about the ability to programmatically give your Web site's visitors the guided tour of your site's products and services?