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There are several enhancements/changes that would be helpful in the clubhouse. But, I personally don't have the time right now to tackle them. Are there any experienced Active Server Page (ASP) programmers out there who'd like to volunteer to help with some relatively simple changes to this code base? If so, please contact me. I have a "mirror test site" that uses the same database that can be used for development and testing....

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I might be able to help. Not real good with ASP but do use it and respect it in a shoppig cart I use on my web page. It is program dependant and the ASP is all done by the frotpage and storefront I use, but I have to select the database to use and set the commands. Can usually learn pretty quick. Have been doing some web design since 96 and have some basic, html, and pearl programming expierance. Let me know what all you need done and I will see if I can tackle it. Docs

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