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Free Hosting of Your ASP Scripts!

Posted on: 6/23/2008 9:09:36 AM under ASP » Resources 

Yes, there are several free and low-cost hosting options out there for your ASP scripts. We've added several services in our Online Knowledgebase, which you can check out here:,7

Like any service, we highly recommend that you read the fine print before you enter into any hosting agreement. But if you are looking for a low-cost way to get your ASP scripts up and running, one of these companies might have the answer you are looking for!

The DMXReady Team

Want to Force a Download? Just Zip It!

Posted on: 6/20/2008 9:43:36 AM under ASP » Scripts and Tips 

Web browsers by default will automatically display any files they can. This is handy for displaying gifs, jpgs, etc. But sometimes you want visitors to download your files instead of just view them, like Microsoft Word, Excel, and even PDF files.

The easiest way is to contain them in a Zip file, which will automatically download. But if for whatever reason this is not the best solution for you, there are ways of adding ASP code to you pages to force download of the files instead of viewing.

For more information on how to do this, see these resources:

The DMXReady Team

How to Cheat at VBScript

Posted on: 6/18/2008 9:28:49 AM under ASP » Scripts and Tips 
Programmers are generally a cavalier bunch. They pooh-pooh instruction manuals, preferring instead to just get into the code and get their hands dirty.

This is great if you are a "natural born coder." But if you're not, you might want a little bit of a shortcut.

Microsoft provides great documentation on VBScript including what it is and how it works. There are also sections on programming fundamentals and a scripting introduction.

Now hard-core coders may call this cheating, but if it helps you learn faster, we're all for it. We won't tell anyone you have an extra ace in your hand...

Check it out for yourself at:

The DMXReady Team


Using Server Variables in ASP

Posted on: 6/16/2008 9:58:12 AM under ASP » Scripts and Tips 

Sometimes it is useful to find and display certain server variables on your web page. For example, you might find it necessary to add the user's IP address to your current page. To do this, you will be requesting the Server Variables.

The syntax is actually quite easy:

<% Response.Write "Your IP Address is: " & Request.ServerVariables("REMOTE_ADDR") %>

This will return:

Your IP Address is:

You can find a whole list of Server Variables at the W3 Schools site:

Happy Scripting!

The DMXReady Team


Podcast Your Blog (or Other Content) for Free!

Posted on: 6/11/2008 10:49:41 AM under Web Design » Resources 
Looking for an easy way to convert your blog or website content into spoken word? AudioFeed Creator may be the answer.

From their website:

ReadSpeaker AudioFeed Creator lets you convert any valid RSS text feed into a Podcast AudioFeed. ReadSpeaker AudioFeed uses the latest technology available to convert the text in the RSS feed to speech on-the-fly.

When you have added your feeds, you can listen to the posts here on the portal, or use any kind of podcatching software including iTunes or Juice. You can also subscribe to the podcasts you have created with on-line services like Netvibes.

The technology is not quite there for "seamless" voice-over work, but you can't beat it at this price (free!)

Test it for yourself -- just click the AudioFeed icon on the top of our blog to see it in action!

The DMXReady Team
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