...that is, if you're talking about server-side scripting. VBScript can also
be used for client-side scripting, in which case, none of what you said is
necessary. I only mention this because Richard didn't say what kind of
scripting he obtained. VBScript is not used much for client-side scripting,
as it isn't supported by Netscrape, but I thought it would be worth
Microsoft FrontPage MVP
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> In order to test VBScript, the page need to be named .asp and you must
> it on a web server via http://localhost/pagename.asp or on your live site
> Thomas A. Rowe (Microsoft MVP - FrontPage)
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> > Hi
> > My front page doesn't seem to recognise vbscript. I copied
> > some script from some asp pages which works on the browser.
> > but when i copy it to Frontpage and preview it, it doesn't
> > work.
> > Appreciate if you could show me the way. Thanks is advance
> > Richard