[thelist] Beware - dumb question ahead - Showing off your ASP pages

Dan Romanchik dan at danromanchik.com
Sun Feb 17 10:44:00 CST 2002

No, you're definitely not an alien. She's the one who's clueless.

You could set up a separate page with the source code contained in a comment
or between <pre> or <code> tags.

Dan Romanchik - FreeAgent Writer, Editor,  and Web Developer
dan at danromanchik.com, 734-930-6564

----- Original Message -----
From: "Faye Tarzwell(FayeC)" <ftarzwell at fayec.com>
To: "Evolt" <thelist at lists.evolt.org>
Sent: Sunday, February 17, 2002 11:34 AM
Subject: [thelist] Beware - dumb question ahead - Showing off your ASP pages

> Ok...please forgive me for the lame question....
> ASP pages are interpreted on the server and sent to the browser as
> normal HTML pages. The source doesn't show any part of the ASP code
> therefore unless you know it is a db driven site and understand a little
> about how the page is put together one would never know the page
> contains ASP code right?
> Taking into account that you commented your pages within the <% %> then
> not even your comments will show........
> So how can someone prove that there is actually ASP code on the page
> being shown?
> Very lame question I know but I kind of got puzzled by an interview I
> went to....the lady was looking for ASP content in the source code....I
> told her...ASP code won't show in the source....she looked at me as I
> was an alien....Am I going insane here?
> --
> Flavia Tarzwell (FayeC)
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