If you want to work with ASP (Active Server Pages) on your personal computer, you need to install the Personal Web Server (PWS). As the name indicates, it's a server. Unlike the normal HTML pages, dynamic pages (either created with CGI, PHP, ASP or Cold Fusion) require some sort of a server to carry on their business.
The time has arrived to launch your publishing career at last. The subscribers have subscribed and your emails have been validated. Now all you have to do is, write the newsletter, copy/pase it in the box and click the submit button.
By the end of the previous article we sent a verification email to whomever submits the subscription form. The email should contain the following message...
Are you tired of using third-party tools to send out routine notifications and emails to your clients? Or, do you want to send your newsletters with individual names of people in the beginning. This series of articles helps you achieve this.
I'm writing this article assuming you're running Windows XP on your computer. Even if you are not, you can use this article to setup these three on almost all basic Windows flavors.
There comes time when your website tends to transcend the boundaries of mere brochure type looks. There is a need to interact, to seem dynamic, and to respond according to your visitor's behavior. You also want your visitors to go through a list of offerings that run into hundreds. Creating hundreds of web pages having a uniform layout for hundreds of products can become an overwhelming task.