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  1. Keep in mind IIS by default does not read the homepage if it is index.asp.By default its not set to.To set it to read index.asp as the first page over lets say index.htmstart > control panel > admin tools > internet information services (iis)find the folder containing the index.asp > right click > properties > Documents (Tab) > Add "index.asp"you could also remove the others there if you dont want lets say a index.htm to load even if its present.
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    Hiding HTTP Referrer

    Interesting,gonna look this one up, but off the top of my head i thought of a labor-some workaround lol.redirect the link to a processing page youve made and stored on a different server than your own.when a user clicks on the link to get the site it came from, they are first redirected to the outside-server page you made, (sending data via form/post) on outside page the data is collected and then they are redirected to the source of the quote.K, off to find a real way to just hide the HTTP ref now, :)Of course with the above method sooner or later theyll just block that http-ref too:)Any idea
  3. Not exactly sure what you mean, but what if you just throw in If..End If.If CurrentField = Username Or CurrentField = Password Then skipElse do what it should cuz its not username or passEnd if?
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    end session

    Why a logged in member is not allowed to do this is a little weird?I let my members run around anywhere on the site with full access, when they want to logout, i have a logout button set to a page which basically usesSession.Abandon() to release all their set session vars.If you really want them not to be able to go back, you could try putting an IF..End If in the home page that says if they are logged in to redirect back, or wherever.If they are not a member just to display the home page normally.Kinda like this...<% If UserType = "Member" Then Response.Redirect("memberarea.asp")Else %>
  5. True, I could scrap the method of using sessions to store info, but im not thats why I need the fix Session variable lifetime (.timeout) can be set through IIS or within each page to whatever you wish.You can manipulate them, and you can control when they expire. Yes after banging my head for hours on the problem i will for sure look into making normal cookies Another good idea.Though was trying to stay with the sessions since i have a huge site already coded so.Thanks for the reply Yahweh, just wanted to point out few things above though so others arent misled.As to my problem, i found a wo
  6. ADODB.Recordset (0x800A0CC1)Normally indicates that a field in the database your are making reference to does not exist.Its not this one is it?rs.Fields("addressl") = Request.Form("address")Noticed all your field names matched your form id names except this one.Also when you recieve the error, check to see if it reports what line number the problem was encountered on. If using notepad counting lines is no fun, I used to use notepad but switched to Dreamweaver totally just for the line numbers :)Dreamweaver also color codes your work nicely and of course has many other features. Keep in mind th
  7. Hi,Ive been working with ASP for quite some time now, I use session variables quite often and have never had a problem doing so until now.setup: An ASP website with Login and Password 1. user enters username and pass 2. info submitted to logincheck.asp 3. login check sets session variables to certain values if login successful. 4. secure pages check this session var to make sure they have access.problem: works on most systems, however a couple people say they cant get in.in my global.asa i have, <script language="vbscript" runat="server">sub Applicati
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