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Dreamweaver extension - login/registration pages

I found a couple login/registration extensions for Dreamweaver, unfortunately they are for PHP and I will be developing in ASP.net
Does anyone know of a dreamweaver extension to create a login page for Dreamweaver?  or a tutorial could also work. (MS SQL 2008)

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The msdn doesnt apply since I am using Dreamweaver, and the second one neither because that is for PHP.
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What do you think is a better deal ... i installed the basic extensions and i can try and put all the logic in the database and develop using Dreamweaver which i am used to anyways. or use ASP.VB script to develop the system ?  and have extensions available ?

If i try the miscrosoft tool it still doesnt have any extensions and now I have to on top of it learn a new tool.
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Either .net VB  or ASP classic VB .. which seems to be very old technology .... although i havent found much support for .net anyways ... php ?   lol .. .seems to be very popular .. but then it may be harder to combine php and SQL 2008.
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I already have, in fact I own most of their extensions and they are real good. This is why I am also considering PHP ... what would be best then ?  cons of :

ASP.net ?  (No extensions)
ASP VBscrpt classic (Some extensions)
PHP (Many extensions)

Which technology should be used for a strong commercial product ?
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I am more familiar with ASP.VB Classic, but that seems to be an 'out' technology. If this is so ... would it be easier to learn and support .net or php ?
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