ASP Hosting

Every Winhost hosting plan supports ASP hosting. There is no better place than Winhost to host your ASP applications.

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Key ASP Hosting features

No plans to drop ASP hosting support
Winhost understands that our customers may have some legacy applications that need to be hosted and we are here to help with that. We support Classic Microsoft Active Server Pages (ASP) Hosting with all our hosting plans and we also support Access databases. We have no plans on dropping these technologies like some other hosting providers.

ASP components available
All Winhost hosting plans supports Persits ASPUpload, ASPEmail, ASPJpeg and ASPEncrypt

All Winhost plans support ASP

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Best for Basic websites, ASP, PHP, Blogs, WordPress

Basic
$3.95
  • 3 GB Disk Space
  • 50 GB Bandwidth
  • 500 MB SQL
  • 500 MB MySQL
  • FREE Site Migration
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Best for Active Sites, CMS, ASP.NET Apps, ASP.NET Core

Max
$7.95
  • Unlimited Disk Space
  • Unlimited Bandwidth
  • 2 GB SQL
  • 2 GB MySQL
  • FREE Site Migration
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Best for Shopping Carts, Ecommerce, nopCommerce

Ultimate
$15.95
  • Unlimited Disk Space
  • Unlimited Bandwidth
  • 5 GB SQL
  • 5 GB MySQL
  • FREE Site Migration
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Best for Very Active Sites, Resource Intensive Apps

Power
$39.95
  • Unlimited Disk Space
  • Unlimited Bandwidth
  • 10 GB SQL
  • 10 GB MySQL
  • FREE Site Migration
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ASP is "Active Server Pages," a server-side scripting environment that was created by Microsoft in 1996, and released as part of IIS 3.0 (ASP 2.0 was released in conjunction with IIS 4.0, and ASP 3.0 was released in conjunction with IIS 5.0). ASP is used to create and run dynamically created or interactive web server applications, and since version 2.0 has provided six built-in objects: Application, ASPError, Request, Response, Server, and Session.

In 2002, ASP.NET was released, which was meant to replace ASP for most uses. ASP is still supported on IIS on Windows Servers though, so it has become known as "Classic ASP" by many in the development community.

If you need to run Classic ASP applications, we've got your back!