Linux PHP vs. Windows ASP for Web hosting – 05/04/2011

There are three major Web development platforms, all of which have advantages and disadvantages which can impact which platform is best suited for the user’s application: Microsoft’s ASP.NET/IIS/Windows Server; Linux (or other UNIX clone)/Apache/MySQL/PHP — most often called LAMP; and Sun Java J2EE.x. When the term ASP is used in this particular context, it is referring . . . → Read More: Linux PHP vs. Windows ASP for Web hosting – 05/04/2011

PHP Web Hosting vs ASP Web Hosting – A quick Comparison – 02/03/2011

ASP and PHP are both programming languages that are commonly used to create websites and unlike the usual static html web pages, ASP and PHP websites are more dynamic and can allow users to interact and exchange information using the website’s databases.

ASP is the short term for Active Server Pages, is from Microsoft and is used . . . → Read More: PHP Web Hosting vs ASP Web Hosting – A quick Comparison – 02/03/2011

How to host an ASP site on IIS6?

Enable ASP pages in IIS6

1.In IIS Manager, expand the local computer, and then click Web Service Extensions.

2.In the details pane, click Active Server Pages, and then click Allow.

Publish your ASP site

To publish your ASP site, you can place ASP files in the default home directory, or you can create a different home directory or virtual directory . . . → Read More: How to host an ASP site on IIS6?

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