Lesson 1 introduces you to a few things you really should know when wanting to run your own webserver.
Lesson 2 teaches you some more theory.
Lesson 3 introduces you to DNS and the XAMPP distribution, and gives you the URL to download it.
Lesson 4 introduces you to XAMPP security.
Lesson 5 shows you how to get your free domain name.
Lesson 6 shows you how to update your XAMPP Apache configuration.
Lesson 7 shows you how to get your own WordPress installation!
Lesson 8 introduces you to Infinite Responder – a service like Aweber, but free!
Lesson 9 shows you how to install the WordPress database backup plug-in.
Lesson 10 shows you how to install the WordPress Instant Update plug-in.
Lesson 11 shows how to open your web server to the world by the magic of “port-forwarding”
Lesson 12 teaches you about Google Analytics and how to install it on your site.
Lesson 13 introduces to OpenFire – an instant messaging server.
Lesson 14 introduces you to hMailServer so you can host and run your own mail server.
Lesson 15 shows you how to add the page-peel advertisement you see on each page of DIY WebServer.
Lesson 16 introduces you to WAP and how to write content for mobile phone web browsers.
Lesson 17 introduces you to SugarCRM – Customer Relationship Management and as a bonus, we’ll put a subscription sign-up form on the page to collect names and email addresses directly into your SugarCRM installation.
Lesson 18 installs and sets up the OSCommerce shopping cart software, so you can sell products online. Your very own online store.
Lesson 19 shows you how to setup WordPress to look like Twitter!
Lesson 20 is for members only!