Helpful Information for Web Design & Development

Active Server Pages (ASP) allows developers to deliver dynamic content that is viewable in virtually any browser. Developers can use the scripting language of their choice to give their website ability to create pages ‘on the fly,’ access databases, send email and much more. An ASP may contain a mix of HTML and ASP script. When an ASP is requested, the server processes all of the ASP script and delivers a page in plain HTML to the end-user.
Anonymous FTP allows you to let other people log into your website and download software that you have made available. This is a great way to distribute your products or your favorite programs.
ASCII (American Standard Code for Information Interchange) an international standard in which numbers, letters, punctuation marks, symbols and control codes are assigned numbers from 0 to 127. Easily transferred over networks, ASCII is a plain, unadorned text without style or font specifications.
Ad Council delivers critical messages to the American public
Advertising Age website of the premier magazine of marketing, media and advertising
Adweek inside stories on creativity, client/agency relationships, successful global advertising strategies
American Marketing Assoc an international organization involved in the practice, study and teaching of marketing
Direct Marketing Assoc assistance to direct & interactive marketers
General Services Administration centralized procurement arm for the federal government, offering products, services, and facilities needed by federal agencies for serving the public.
NY Times Business News daily business news
Search Engine Watch provides tips and information about searching the web and analysis of the search engine industry
The Nielsen Company world’s leading marketing and media information company
    PayPal makes it easy to get paid securely anywhere you do business: online, on mobile, in person or via an invoice.
PRWeb press release newswire
W3C Markup Validation Service validation service of W3C
World Wide Web Consortium develops inter-operable technologies to lead the Web to its full potential

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