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  • Hi guys,

    After reading tons of stuff and getting a brain twist, I am hoping that somebody can untangle my thoughts again and point me into the right direction.

    I currently have a friend who is re-designing his web site using WordPress.
    He has one page (http://ifcdata.com/access.asp) that allows his customers to log in to upload files via FTP etc. (And yes, I’ve told him he needs to encrypt that page … but that’s a different story).

    He’s currently hosting his new test site on one of my sub-domains, and he’s trying to figure out how he can get that log-in form into the following page: http://www.ifctest.cyndera.com/?page_id=2438

    He’s asked me for help, but I am not sure where exactly I need to start. Do I need to verify with DreamHost first that they even support ASP? I’ve read about using iFrame to just incorporate the old page (and the log-in form) into the new WordPress page, but I am not sure it’s as easy as it sounds.

    Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Please let me know if anything I’ve written here does not make sense, I’d be happy to provide more information if I can. I just need to figure out where to start so I can give him an answer, and right now I am plain stumped.

    Thank you,
    Cyn

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  • Mika Epstein

    (@ipstenu-dh)

    DreamHost Rep

    ASP is Windows only and we’re Linux Only here at DreamHost so, sadly no, we cannot help you with that 🙁

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