I have a dedicated windows server and code all my Classic ASP pages by hand. However, I am going to be outsourcing the frontend pages of a site to a programer who uses DreamWeaver. Will there be any problem with this? I have never used DreamWeaver.
ASP files do not behave like html pages although they often have a lot of html in them. You cannot see them as webpages when you try to open them in a browser. They have to be on a windows server. Then you can see them as webpages. They also use included files. One webpage may consist of several ASP files. An entire webpage is generally not one ASP file, although it could be. The webpages are usually sliced into several ASP pages. Not sure how DreamWeaver will handle that.