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CGI stands for Common Gateway Interface. A CGI program is used to output dynamic information from a web server onto the Internet. It is not a static document like an HTML file. Without CGI the Internet would not be nearly as interesting. For example, CGI programs are used to process the forms found on webpages. A CGI program can be written in a number of executable languages include Perl, Unix shell and C++.

CGI Resources and Scripts

CGI 101

The CGI Directory

CGI for Me

CGI Free

CGI Freebies

CGI Resource Index

CGI Scripts Search

CGI Toolbox


Matt's Script Archive

WDVL: CGI CGI -- an explanation and tutorial on CGI from the World Wide Web Consortium.

Wikipedia's CGI entry

Yahoo CGI Resources

See Also:
Perl Resources