There are various ways to interface with a database, including Access and HTML, but one approach takes advantage of legacy Microsoft ASP (with ADO/ADOX) to build a front end.
This method, which Sanders Kaufman details in this article from Builder.com, uses sample code that provides a quick and easy application for connecting to a database and for adding, dropping, and viewing table definitions within that database. You can also extend the functionality of the sample code to provide a deeper and broader control of database management functions.
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