ASP Comprehensive Code Snippets


Active Server Pages (ASP) are a method of creating dynamic web pages. It is the potential interactive content of web pages that makes them a feasible choice for A level Projects – not only that, it is exciting, cutting edge technology that gives the students a good knowledge of web site development.

This resource contains sample ASP pages with working ASP code that students can see and run. These code samples can be used to find out how to use ASP, plus they provide examples of how to do most tasks that students will need to complete their projects. A very popular resource in the brief time that it has been available.

The resource has a beautiful structure and clear directory system with:
  • File Name
  • Description of Code
  • What you need to alter
  • Code Listings

This resource contains:
  • Sample ASP pages
  • Working ASP code
  • ASP code viewable by students
  • Printed copies of sample code for photocopying

If you order the Digital version of the ASP resources, you will receive the accompanying guide in PDF format for easy distribution around your school/college and printing, rather than the photocopiable version. It includes a school/college site licence so you can load it on to your school/college network or Intranet (assuming your Intranet cannot be access externally).
What do teachers have to say about this resource? (138)
"I thought this resource was very good and now more apt... with the new GCE A level courses... The new A level courses allow more generic embedded programs than before and therefore this resource will be invaluable for students undertaking this form of project or web based... This matches the new A2 level ICT course INFO4 very well... I liked the layout of the resource and the instructions on how to load in the files. It was easy to read and understand." — D Astall, Head of ICT & Independent Reviewer
"Snippets provide a working start point from which students can modify and test out that modified code... I like the layout of the examples, with the ability to view the code and then test it by clicking on a button. Very easy to use and to follow... Once a student has worked out what they need code to do, they can take these snippets, modify them, put them together with other snippets and build a working model based on code that is tried and tested." — K Scott, ICT Lecturer & Independent Reviewer