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Programming ASP (Active Server Pages)

Sending Email With ASP
Sending email with ASP (Active Server Pages) is not difficult. You can use ASP email to create a contact form, support request form, or even perform mass emailings. CDO (Collaboration Data Objects) is the Microsoft technology that simplifies the creation of email applications. More ...

Handling ASP Errors
If you don?t properly handle ASP (Active Server Pages) errors, the message The page cannot be displayed will be sent to your Web site visitor. To avoid that, use the On Error Resume Next statement and the Err Object to handle errors. More ...

Working With Drives in ASP
When ASP is installed, the FileSystemObject is automatically installed along with it. The FileSystemObject allows you to work with drives, folders, and files on the server. More ...

Working With Folders in ASP
The FileSystemObject has a collection property called Drives. Each drive in the drives collection has a RootFolder object. Each Folder (including the RootFolder) has a subfolders collection and a Files collection. More ...

Simplest ASP Code to Track Visits to a Specific Page
If you want to track how many visits to a specific ASP page, it would be convenient if you could have that information available right on that page. In this article I give you the simplest ASP code to do just that. More ...

The ASP Session Object
When a visitor retrieves their first page from your website, ASP creates a session object. A session object is associated with each user (each web browser) while they are interacting with your website. More ...

ASP.NET 5 Open Source Web Framework
In February 2015, Microsoft announced an open source web framework, ASP.NET 5. Developers can now run ASP.NET applications on three distinct platforms, i.e., Windows, Linux and Mac. More ...

Introduction to ASP.NET
This article provides an overview of ASP.NET and its advantages and disadvantages compared to classic ASP. It also provides a code-behind example that you can create without Visual Studio by just typing it into a text file, and then run it on an IIS server that has the .NET framework installed. More ...

Working With Cookies in ASP
Cookies are small text files that are placed in a visitor's Web browser's cookie cache by a Web server when someone visits a Web site. By using a cookie the Web server can store and retrieve information about the visitor between pages. The cookie may store information about what pages the visitor viewed or what links the visitor clicked on while they visited the Web site. More ...

ASP VBScript to Render XML
If you are using VBScript from an Active Server Page (ASP) you can use the Microsoft.XMLDOM object to parse and render an XML document on a webpage. More ...