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Working on an existing ASP site

Discussion in 'Web Design & Development' started by Chris_E, Feb 11, 2007.

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  1. Chris_E

    Chris_E Thread Starter

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    Hi all

    I'm a Dreamweaver user and am familiar with working on websites but only in HTML. I've had a fleeting exposure to PHP but, so far, I've not had to worry about ASP sites.

    I've been asked to do some 'simple' updates to an exiting ASP based site. By simple, I understand that I will be looking at updating certain text, a few graphics and maybe one or two flash elements.

    In addition there is the need to do some SEO work, so editing META content and associated page content is needed.

    Is it going to be an easy task or am I jumping into a HUGE problem with my lack of exposure to ASP? I'm hoping the text content is simple enough to work on in particular...:rolleyes:

    With Dreamweaver, what other applications would the forum suggest I get to allow be to make changes to this ASP website?

    Honest answers on a postcard please!

    Chris
     
  2. Rockn

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    Dreamweavre would be fine, but make sure you ask what it was originally designed in.

    All of the stuff they have asked you to update is most likely just the HTML portions of the ASP pages which requires no coding at all. They just want you to clean up the static parts of the pages from what I am hearing.
     
  3. Chris_E

    Chris_E Thread Starter

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    Thanks for your support Rochn.

    Theres a telltale line in the source of the home.asp page:

    Looks like DW to me!

    Cheers!

    Chris
     
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