An ASP-page has access to variables that contain information about the webserver and the clientcomputer. Using the Request.ServerVariables statement, you can get a list of all available server variables on screen.
A short tutorial showing the basic the basic structure of the global.asa file. Describes different objects: Application_OnStart, Application_OnEnd, Session_OnStart, Session_OnEnd. An active servers counter is used as an example.
This article takes a look at three different ways to output content using Response.Write: using context switching, simple Response.Write statements, and Response.Write statements within a With block. Also examines the performance implications of each approach as well as the timing results of the vanilla Response.Write approach in an ASP.NET Web page.
This is a short tip on how to build dynamic cascading style sheets using an ASP page. Stylesheets are useful for separating the content and presentation of a Web page. While cascading style sheets are static text files, it shows how to generate dynamic style sheets using ASP.
This short tutorial describes a little function that is useful in debugging your ASP pages. This function, FormDataDump(), outputs all of the form variables being passed into a page. Various options for this function allow the developer to view the values in a 'debugger-style' mode, or in a 'quiet-mode,' in which case the form variable output is hidden from the end user.