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Thread: ASP and HTML

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    I have just finished redesigning a homepage for the business I work at. The current site is run fully on ASP, which I am not familiar with. How do I update instert the new home page in without screwing up the entire site?

    This is the current website.... As of now, I just have the homepage to change. When I go to the host, all the files end in .asp, and my new file is .html. What do I do?!



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    I've got a hunch that all of the pages are generated dynamically.
    This means that there is some sort of template that is populated by
    various pages of content.

    Without seeing all of your files (stored on the webhost server), it's hard to
    say how they did that.

    Some clues ...
    This is the default page:

    If you do to this url, you get the under construction:

    You'll have to study the file called "default.asp" to see how it is coded.
    Like I say, I'm thinking it won't be a static web page.


    If in fact, they are using templates, you need to find those files and alter them
    in order to affect the main page (with your changes).

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