How do I load my "Hello World" ASP in a browser?
Classic ASP, I believe, is fundamentally a feature of IIS. I have gone through the steps of setting up my first test page to be loaded in my browser but it does not come up.
I currently have a "Default Web Site" and a "Test for Learning" listed...
How do I set the default “index” landing page (also known as the default content page) on a Classic ASP file?
While setting up a simple first “Hello World” style classic ASP program locally, I remember how things are set up on the server where I will eventually migrate my work to.
How do I set up IIS to debug classic ASP?
Help Needed Setting up Classic ASP Debugging
According to what I have seen on social media, in order for me to set up my computer for writing and debugging Classic ASP, I need to set up IIS a certain way -- which I did -- and then I have to enable ASP...
is <% and %> what is used to denote the start and stop of PHP on server-side .php script?
I seem to remember that this is the case and I am looking for verification and I can suspect a search engine will be a pain with the percentage character.