Introducing Quid Pro Quo

World Wide Web Server for MacOS

Quid Pro Quo is a high-performance web server for the Macintosh and Macintosh compatibles. It offers a wide range of features, making it suitable for virtually any Macintosh-based web site:

Quid Pro Quo is capable of handling tens of thousands of hits per day, enabling it service even the busiest of Macintosh-based web sites.

System Requirements

Quid Pro Quo works on any 68K or Power Macintosh running System 7.5 or later. The Quid Pro Quo application requires at least 2.5 MB of RAM to run. System 7.1 is supported, so long as Apple's Thread Manager extension is installed.

Getting Started

The first step in getting your web site up and running is to familiarize yourself with the documentation. All of Quid Pro Quo's documents are in HTML format, making them suitable for viewing with your favorite web browser. The Quid Pro Quo manual is included with this distribution.

The Quid Pro Quo distribution also included many examples to help get you started. These examples include server-side includes, CGIs, and plug-ins.

Quid Pro Quo is ready to start serving your World Wide Web documents right out of the box (so to speak). However, reading the documentation and following the examples can go a long way toward helping you configure your site to fit your needs.

Once your server is up and running, you may want to check out third-party tools for customizing your site. You can add graphical hit counters, server usage analyzers, and forms utilities that allow your clients to enter information at your site.

About Quid Pro Quo

Quid Pro Quo is freeware. For information on copyrights and redistribution policies, see the included copyright notice.

Quid Pro Quo is Copyright ©1996 Social Engineering Incorporated, All Rights Reserved.

Send questions and comments to me, Chris Hawk

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