[lug] JavaScript Help Forget

Kyle Moore kmoore at trustamerica.com
Fri Mar 23 13:55:03 MST 2001

Guess I should add that IE says the referrer is the asp page (the
correct referrer) and Netscape says the referrer is login.htm (the
current page).

Kyle Moore wrote:
> What I'm trying to do is weird. I have some asp pages and some html
> pages. I have a login.htm that goes into an asp page that checks to see
> if there was an error reported by the application server. If there was
> an error the asp page does a Server.Transfer("login.htm") to send them
> back to the login page. What I was thinking is that if in the login.htm
> page I could check to see if I was referred from this asp page. If I was
> I could then spit out a little message saying their username/password
> was bad. I know it is nasty but I'm dealing with pages generated by
> commercial software that will probably overwrite them the next time we
> upgrade so I don't want to make major changes to the way it is
> structured.
> -Kyle
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