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effekes
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ASP --> PHP conversion

#1 Post by effekes » 20.08.2010, 09:34

Hello,

Into my website I have an interactive checklist (it generates automatically the results) in ASP.

For our new site (in PHP) we need the same checklist. How can I convert the ASP to an PHP ?

tnx

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Re: ASP --> PHP conversion

#2 Post by ralfso » 20.08.2010, 10:18

Regards
Ralf

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Re: ASP --> PHP conversion

#3 Post by effekes » 20.08.2010, 19:06

dear mr Ralf,

I did already a google-search and I've tried some of those sites, but they don't work. Otherwise I would'nt ask it in a forum.

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Re: ASP --> PHP conversion

#4 Post by ralfso » 20.08.2010, 22:00

But why you don't use a forum for web related content instead of this filemanager forum?
FreeCommander has nothing to do with ASP or PHP.
I don't ask in the food department for CDs.
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Re: ASP --> PHP conversion

#5 Post by effekes » 22.08.2010, 08:39

sry

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Re: ASP --> PHP conversion

#6 Post by samantahkol » 13.12.2016, 13:20

ralfso wrote:But why you don't use a forum for web related content instead of this filemanager forum?
FreeCommander has nothing to do with ASP or PHP.
I don't ask in the food department for CDs.
Hi there,

great example ralfso! Forum topic must be respected in order to keep structured and important information,

Cheeeers :wink:

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