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Converting ASPX to PHP

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I have developed a website using ASP.NET 2 (aspx pages). when i was about to move it via FTP to the webhost i found out that it supports PHP only.

So, how can I convert what I have done to PHP. I have no experience at all in PHP.
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Probably best to start again then and learn PHP as you go.
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There is no way to convert aspx to php. So you have code it completely from scratch in PHP or you have look for a webhost who supports asp.net websites.
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Thanks.
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