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Strange observertion in ASP Link 
Mubeezi Micah     
3 months ago
Hi Rick,
Today i was trying out something on my server and noticed something strange:

response.write "< Test" 'works
but if i remove the space character between character < and T, the response.write doesn't work and throws no error. Read More...
Richard Rost    
3 months ago
ASP and/or HTML sees it as the start of a tag. You would need to HTMLEncode your text to display brackets on their own. I cover this in ASP 103 and 201.

Mubeezi Micah    
3 months ago
Thanx a lot
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ASP.NET Lessons Link 
Noctis Yamazaki 
4 months ago
Thank you very much for the update! I really appreciate it! It's rare to see such a systematic training course on ASP 3.0 these days. Would you also release ASP.NET related courses soon?
Richard Rost    
4 months ago
Yeah I probably will because a lot of people use it. To be honest I still use classic ASP myself. My whole website is built with it and I love it. Granted there are some things that you really can't do easy like file uploads but aside from that I can pretty much do anything I want with just ASP itself and it works great with my back-end SQL Server database and even with Access. I've got a bunch of other projects on the burner still first including revising my beginner lessons for Microsoft Word Excel PowerPoint and Outlook and of course I need a Windows 10 class and I've got a bunch of Access Developer lessons on the burner but after all that when I'm looking for new stuff to do sure ASP.NET is definitely on my list as well as SharePoint.
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Active Server Pages Forum Link 
Alex Hedley    
15 months ago
Hi Kelvin,
ASP stands for Active "Server" Pages, this means you need to host the code in IIS and have it serve the pages you have written.
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Active Server Pages Forum Link 
15 months ago
I wrote my first ASP page in NOTEPAD and saved it as Default.asp but it would not open in Internet Explorer. It did open with Firefox but it didn't show the current time. I guess Firefox doesn't support ASP. Any suggestions?
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Frontpage Link 
William B 
6 years ago
I was looking for FrontPage or a replacement. It looks like MS no longer offers it. What is a good, inexpensive alternative? I don't use it that much.

Reply from Richard Rost:

Microsoft changed FrontPage to Expression Web. Best of all, it's now FREE. Read More...
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