Now and then you have to store related items in arrays. I assume you are aware of their fundamental features of arrays, so I'm going to tell you how they are handled in ASP, in VBScript.
Recently a client asked me to write a CGI program to handle the form output at his site. As usual, he wanted the form content, entered by the visitor, to be sent to him in a readable format.
Last time you learnt how to receive or send form data using ASP. Let's now see how we can send HTML messages using the Active Server Pages. The process is quite similar to sending the regular, text message, but yes, there are a few modifications.
There comes a time when you have to create very complex, very comprehensive online forms consisting of 30 to 40 fields. While debugging the form output, or while validating the individual form fields (for example, if all the fields have been filled), you need to dump all the form field with their names and with their respective values onto a web page so you can see exactly what is coming from where. This tutorial tells you how to do that.
Tables are used to display information in an orderly manner. Incidentally, here we are not talking furniture. A table means tabular representation of certain data on your computer screen or in printed form.
We are going to learn to make a navigation bar so that the Web site becomes "navigable", and then we learn to present point-wise information in the form of "Bulleted Lists".
After going through this celestial section you'll be able to make your own HTML feedback forms so that the visitors can send you feelers about what are their intentions vis-à-vis you and your Web site, and other sundry things that may or may not concern you.
Sometimes you don't want the visitor to be able to click the right mouse button and do all the stuff associated with it. Although personally I'm not in favor of such gimmicks and limit the visitor's independence, you learn something new in this tutorial.
Sometimes you don't want the visitor to leave your current page. So when a link it clicked, instead of a new page loading on the same window, you can have the page in a new browser window. All you have to do is...