The Lounge Forum is not for technical help, please provide the name of the program you are using so your message may be moved to the correct program forum... A program would be Photoshop or Dreamweaver or Muse or Premiere Pro or ???
Microsoft stopped developing Classic ASP code in 2008 and subsequently replaced it with more secure and efficient ASP.NET. I don't know anybody who still uses Classic ASP. You might have better luck finding an ASP developer at the Microsoft Visual Studio forums. I think VS has a legacy plugin to support Classic ASP.