What is CGI?
CGI stands for Common Gateway Interface. CGI extends the capabilities of a Web server so that your website can communicate with another script or application.
CGI programs are the most common way for Web servers to interact dynamically with users. Many HTML pages that contain forms, for example, use a CGI program to process the data from the form.
Our CGI service supports server-side includes, form handlers, and hit counters.
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Which programming languages do you support with CGI?
Where do I upload my CGI scripts and applications?
Can I use DOS line endings with my Linux hosting account?
How Often Does Your Form Mailer Send Mail?
Does your CGI service support socket connections or socket modules?
Do you offer any pre-made CGI scripts that I can use on my hosting account?
Do I need to change the permissions to files in my CGI directory?
Using the CGI Form-Mailer