ASP is a powerful programming language which lets you create dynamic webpages which interact with your visitors. Using ASP you can code your own polls, newsletter subscriber boxes, form processing tools, membership systems, and shopping carts. Are you interested in learning more about the ASP programming language? This website is all about how to learn ASP. It is full of ASP function listings, a free ASP course, ASP sample code for a variety of useful tasks, and much more.
ASP stands for Active Server Pages. This programming language works with the Microsoft IIS server system. In many ways ASP is an equivalent to PHP, but ASP is designed specifically to work with IIS. I code in both ASP and PHP depending on what system I’m on. While there are now many versions of ASP out there, the ASP I describe and explain in these pages is the original form of ASP, now known as “ASP Classic”.
My name is Lisa Shea, and I have been programming in Classic ASP since 2000. I created and launched this site on July 27, 2001. Using my own ASP coding, I have created very large sites such as BellaOnline.com, WineIntro.com, and RomanceClass.com.
Here on ASPIsFun I have developed a full step by step course online for free! My courseware includes function lists, code examples, host recommendations, error troubleshooting tips, and much more.
Explore my site and enjoy! Feel free to contact me with questions!
Free ASP Course – Learn ASP programming online, step by step, for free
ASP Basics – Understand what makes ASP work properly
ASP Functions – Full encyclopedia of ASP function calls
SQL Commands – Your website smoothly integrated with a database
Sample ASP Code – polls, blogs, sending mail, much more
Introduction to ASP – learn the basics of ASP coding
ASP SQL Database Programming – learn how to work with a database
Membership Database Creation – subscribes, profiles, and more
Shopping Cart Coding – create your own shopping cart!
ASP Development – I offer reasonable rates for ASP support
Fun Tips and Tricks
ASP Blog – updated with helpful ASP information
I’d love to hear from you – let me know what questions you have about ASP Classic!