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Active Server Pages 101
By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on Twitter Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   14 months ago

ASP.NET Upgrade Coming Soon!

2020 UPDATE: am currently in the process of adding lessons for ASP.NET. I expect to have them finished very soon. When they are released, you will get a FREE upgrade if you have purchased any of my ASP lessons after August 1st, 2020. In the mean time, continue to learn ASP 3.0 (or Classic ASP as it's called). It is still a robust, powerful language and is a great "first step" to learn server-side web site processing. Honestly, it does everything I need. The web site you're using right now runs on Classic ASP and I have no need to upgrade! But, there are some things that ASP.NET does make a little easier, and I'll teach you those things soon enough.


Active Server Pages (ASP) is a technology to create dynamic Web pages - pages that change for each user. You can use ASP to create customized pages for your visitors, query databases, and even build entire e-commerce solutions.

ASP 101 is the perfect class to get you started. We assume that you have at least some experience building basic Web pages. We recommend our FrontPage course as a pre-requisite, but as long as you know how to build a simple Web site (using any editor) that's OK. We also recommend our Visual Basic course first. ASP is based heavily on VB, and if you know a little bit of VB before taking ASP, it will help you - but it's not required.

ASP 101 covers: Key ASP Definitions, Components of an ASP Script, Basic ASP Commands, If / Then / Else Statements, HTML Tags in ASP Scripts, Variables & Loops, Performing Math in ASP, Processing HTML Form Input, Using the QueryString. Click here for the complete outline: ASP Outline

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Richard Rost 
14 years ago
Again, glad I could help. :)
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Richard Rost 
14 years ago
Glad I could help. Yes, HTML tags need to be enclosed in quotes just like any other normal text. My courses, including the seminar, use standard HTML 4. I will be covering CSS and XHTML in future classes, but as of right now, I don't. Will ASP support CSS? Of course. Remember, ASP is pre-processed by the web server before anything is sent to the browser - so in effect, anything that the browser can handle (including CSS) will be just fine.
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¬†Larry Kates 
14 years ago
Sorry, i answered my own question again: include the link to the css in the head part of the ASP page just like any HTML file
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