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Re: Windows Server (Windows IIS) Question

Subject: Re: Windows Server (Windows IIS) Question
From: "matthew stuart"
Date: Thu, 11 Sep 2008 21:29:20 +0000 UTC
Newsgroups: macromedia.dreamweaver.appdev

Yep, all that IIS or apache does is interpret a kind of html that only it 
understands, ie IIS understands asp and apache understands php.

 CSS is a html standard that doesn't rely upon a specific server like php or 
asp.

 So, if you go for asp for example (as you seem to ask about IIS), you will add 
all of your asp code to your page to query your database, the server software 
then reads the asp code and turns it in to html before it even leaves the 
server and delivers it to your screen. So, on that basis, CSS being html will 
work on any format be it asp, php, coldfusion, domino etc


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