No, this forum specifically
says it is "ASP Net 3.5 Beginner".
It is the GROUP
of forums labelled "ASP.NET and ASP", but there are two separate forums for old-style ASP.
Response.Write "YOU'RE NO PETER LEAVY: " & strgay & "<IMG SRC=""
To put a " mark inside a quoted string in VBScript (or in VB
.NET, though you don't care about that), you use a pair
of quote marks, as shown there. (This is, not so incidentally, the same scheme for using apostrophes in SQL queries.)
Notice that with VBScript you should NOT
use parentheses with Response.Write. They don't really hurt, except that they cause a minor performance hit (microsecond or two), with Response.Write, but there are other circumstances where they can have strange side effects. I wrote a loooonnnnggg article on this back in 2001, if you care. But you probably don't.