|Subject:||Re: Why use ASP,PHP,JSP,etc|
|Posted by:||Adrienne (arbpen20…@sbcglobal.net)|
|Date:||Wed, 06 Apr 2005|
Gazing into my crystal ball I observed towlersim…@hotmail.com
(towlersimon) writing in news:1gukgou.xsedi4r6gomkN%
> What is the purpose of basing your site on a server technology such as
> ASP, PHP, JSP, et al?
> My company's web provider bases our two sites on ASP and JSP
> respectively. One effect I notice is that it makes it almost impossible
> for our own people to put content onto our sites directly.
Let's take some examples:
1. Your website has products and picture of those products. The records
are stored in a database, and the server gets the records and writes the
HTML to the browser. If you have hundreds of products in different
categories, it's a lot easier for the server to do it than a person
sitting there typing every single product out.
2. Your website has a list of links and wants to keep track of when
someone has clicked on one of those links. The links are stored in a
database, and each time someone clicks on it, the counter is increased by
one. At the end of the month, a report could be generated showing how
many hits each link had.
If you cannot add/delete/modify these things, then you need to tell your
web provider that they need to create pages that allow you to do that.
Please respond to the group so others can share
Why use ASP,PHP,JSP,etc posted by towlersimon on Tue, 5 Apr 2005