...that I spend hours rewriting code for???<BR><BR>The question is a very valid one. The biggest "standard", I can think of is to try not to interwine HTML code in ASP code blocks anymore than absolutely necessary.<BR><BR>Try your best to separate the blocks of ASP code into reusable functions. It makes ASP much easier to support as well as process efficiently on the server. <BR><BR>Try to use hungarian notation. Even though the variables are treated as variants in most cases, it makes it easier to follow what type of data is expected in the variables.
microsoft has one:<BR>http://msdn.microsoft.com/workshop/server/asp/aspconv.asp<BR><BR>i wouldn't recommend using hungarian notation for asp however. there are no real variable types, and the need for notation decreases if you use descriptive variable names in the first place.