I am currently studying how to use ASP, i really am having difficulties in web desining because my only background is html...but now we are using vbscripts and etc....any tips for me to understand it better...and where can i find terminologies? thanks...

Do you have to use ASP? I suggest using PHP. Even if you're using a Windows server, PHP is faster than ASP, and it's faster to develop stuff in. Do you already have VB code that you can implement in your ASP scripts? Do the services you have only work with ASP? Did you already configure your system just for ASP? These are the only reasons why you would want to use ASP. Overall, PHP outperforms ASP by a long shot. If you want an explanation, let me know.

Try this site for ASP tutorials, snippets, etc.: http://www.aspin.com

ASP Tutorial: http://hotwired.lycos.com/webmonkey/98/39/index2a.html?tw=programming

sorry for the late reply....ok here the thing...im currently in a subject in school...on webtool and what we are focusing in is asp. We are also using frontpage , access and interdev. my only backround is html and honestly im not really that good...but now we are using vb scripts which i am haviong a hard time understanding the tags what they are for....if you can give sites easy for starters to understand kiondly do so....thanks....;)

There are several top notch tutorial sites out thier for ASP. I would suggest you start with a search on google for "asp tutorial" and start looking for what fits your needs best.

As a quick starting place I looked through my old notes from when I started playing with ASP and found that most of the sites I used to go to to help figure things out have vanished, but here is a list of a few that I have found:

http://www.aspin.com/ - a great resource for scripts and tutorials
http://www.learnasp.com/learnasp/ - ok, but not wonderful.
http://www.aspfree.com/ - another handy resource site with several useful articles
http://www.asp.net - Microsofts ASP.NET page.

why not you use W3 school.
At W3Schools you will find all the Web-building tutorials you need, from basic HTML and XHTML to advanced XML, SQL, Database, Multimedia and WAP.
It covers all Web-building technologies, including W3C standards like HTML, XHTML, CSS, XML and other technologies like JavaScript, PHP, ASP, SQL and much more.
At W3schools you will find thousands of cut-and-paste examples.
With on-line HTML editor you can edit the examples and experiment with the code on-line.

http://www.w3schools.com/
Try this you will get better results.

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