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Please forgive the lame question. For some reason it has been on my mind for a while.

If I must change one file in a website from .html to .asp I don't have to change all of the pages that make up that web site to .asp, correct?

Sorry,
Brain dead and numb
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No. You only change them  to .asp if you want IIS to parse them as an ASP page. Everything else can remain as it is.
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Thanks OliWarner!

Thank you for the sanity check!

Cheers!
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