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New ASP Web Design Classes Finished
By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on Facebook Richard Rost on Twitter Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   8/20/2008 3:21:38 AM

I know it's been a while since I've posted an update here. I've been extremely busy these past two weeks. I just finished re-recording ASP 101, and recording nine NEW ASP classes (102-104, 201, 202, 301-304).

These new classes cover just about everything you could want to know about ASP (Active Server Pages) including how to set up an Access database on your Web site so your visitors can browse through information, add & edit data, and even send automated emails. If you are interested in developing any kind of a serious web site, ASP is what you need.

Now, I just finished recording, editing, and packaging these new courses tonight... so the FULL outlines aren't online yet. But, I do have to complete topic index listed here if you want to see what's covered:

/site/courselist/asp/topic-index.asp

If you have previously purchased ASP 102, you can download it now. Otherwise, all of these courses are available online now. You can order them here (and get a significant discount if you order multiple classes together).

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I hope to have the full outlines complete with screen shots up online tomorrow. I also have to still upload the videos to the Amicron Theater (so you can only DOWNLOAD them right now, you can't watch them online yet).

Any CD orders for ASP 102 will be shipping out in the next day or two as well. If you'd like to ADD any more ASP classes to your order before it ships (and save on shipping costs) do it soon and I'll get the new ASP classes on your CD.

Any questions? Post them here.

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Richard Rost - 9/8/2008
David, you don't need any special software AS LONG AS your server supports ASP. In one of the first lessons, I teach you how to check if your server supports ASP. Before buying the course, you can watch these lessons free online. Just go to www.599cd.com/theater and select ASP101.
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David Selin - 8/26/2008
Do I need any special software to learn asp?
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james c mitchell - 8/23/2008
this sounds good,i have just ventured into internet mkgt,and need as much help about web site development as i can get.w/o all the geek language.
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