old&nojob 18:57 20 Apr 06

I have just read a book on each of these to decide which way to go. ASP seems to be the better route as its easier and I'm not a fully feldged programmer. Any opiions out there? Of course I know I will have to choose a host with the appropriate facilities.

  splatter 01:54 21 Apr 06

I dabbled a little with ASP in college, but now work mostly in PHP (bits 'n' bobs). I find PHP sticks in my head easier that ASP ever did. However, speaking to 'Dad' (he's a programmer) he said he found ASP easy to learn because of a background in a few languages with similar syntax's. I guess what I'm saying is, go for whichever you feel most comfortable with learning.

Whichever you choose though, take your time learning it, and don't expect to make eBay overnight!

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