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Please help me learn how to build a website server

Please help me learn how to build a website server

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I am a high school senior, soon to be computer science major at college, and I am trying to learn how to build a website server.  I have taken a number of programming courses at my high school, including: Java, C++, VisualBasic, and Qbasic.  Currently, I create and manage websites for local organizations, as well as, personal websites through the Adobe Studio 8.  However, I have always wanted to learn how to create a login/logout option on the websites.  I know that I will learn all of this in college, but I would really like to get some experience before I go - to sort of be "ahead of the game."  

Could somebody please help explain how a webserver is set up (I have two computers I can use to set this up, both running Windows 98)?

RE: Please help me learn how to build a website server

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I'm using the two Windows 98 computers for the server, because they're older.  The computer I use for all of my web design is running Windows XP.

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