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8/20/2008 1:21:00 AM
Active Server Pages 201
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ASP 201 covers Server-Side Page Includes, Creating a Header for the Entire Site, Accessing Files & Folders, Reading Text Files

See the complete outline here: /site/courselist/asp/asp201/

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Publishing Pages Comment from Mubeezi Micah @ 12/22/2012
Dear Richard,

Time index 6:55. I have noticed that on several occasions, as soon as you save the .asp page, you open the browser, refresh and its already published.
I am using expression web and i have to save, click site, then click publishing, then select the file to publish and wait for the process to complete!!
Could it be that you were cutting/editing some bits out of the video or is there some setting that i could set in Expression web to reduce the length of the publishing process? It would realy be nice that as soon as i save, the page is published automatically. Please let me know


Reply from Richard Rost:

Micah, when those videos were produced, it was possible to open up your web DIRECTLY on the server and work with the pages there. That's actually how I preferred to do things.

However, with the release of IIS7, Microsoft dropped support for Frontpage Server Extensions, so now you have to use FTP for working with your web. This means doing exactly what you talked about... keeping a LOCAL copy of your web. Editing the page, then publishing it. It adds an extra step.

With Expression Web, however, there are some shortcuts... for example, I hit CTRL-S to save and the right-click on the PAGE TAB while it's open and select PUBLISH. Works real quick. You can also create your own custom toolbar and just put SAVE and PUBLISH right next to each other. It's one more click, but it's not that bad.

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Comment from  jeff @ 6/24/2012
I can't find what class were we made sign up to be on email list

Reply from Richard Rost:

I'm sorry, Jeff, but I don't know what you mean. Can you please elaborate?
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Comment from  jeff @ 5/17/2012
on amicron theater
in asp 201 third leason at 11:21

there is help message
How do you turn on this?

This will be great
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Comment from  jeff @ 5/14/2012
How do you turn on error checking feature in th bowser

Reply from Richard Rost:

I don't understand your question. Can you please elaborate?
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Comment from  jeff horvate @ 4/30/2012
I don't have sever in my home, but  I use GoDaddy as my sever.  do you have any thing to help me for GoDaddy?

Reply from Richard Rost:

If you set up an account with GoDaddy, make sure you have MICROSOFT HOSTING, and not their Linux hosting. If so, uploading your Access database to work on their site is exactly like I show you in class. If you're using Linux Hosting, you'll have to set up a MySQL database on their site, but once that's set up you can still use the ASP code from class to access that data.
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