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Hi guys, ASP seems the biggest bugbear of dreamweaver I'm discovering!! I need a bit of urgent help. I have a 3 frame site (left, top, main) and have a small form in the left frame for the customer to log into with name and password. If they log in succesfully, can I trigger the main frame to change and also include the variables passed from the left frame?? This is quite urgent if somebody (anybody!) can help!! Rgds, Paul...

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    Default ASP Login newbie help!

    Hi guys,

    ASP seems the biggest bugbear of dreamweaver I'm discovering!!

    I need a bit of urgent help. I have a 3 frame site (left, top, main) and
    have a small form in the left frame for the customer to log into with
    name and password.

    If they log in succesfully, can I trigger the main frame to change and
    also include the variables passed from the left frame??

    This is quite urgent if somebody (anybody!) can help!!

    Rgds, Paul
    Ed_Gein Guest

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    Default Re: ASP Login newbie help!

    On Thu, 10 Jul 2003 23:03:09 +0100, Ed_Gein <mrsomewherenowhere.com>
    wrote:
    >Hi guys,
    >
    >ASP seems the biggest bugbear of dreamweaver I'm discovering!!
    >
    >I need a bit of urgent help. I have a 3 frame site (left, top, main) and
    >have a small form in the left frame for the customer to log into with
    >name and password.
    >
    >If they log in succesfully, can I trigger the main frame to change and
    >also include the variables passed from the left frame??
    >
    >This is quite urgent if somebody (anybody!) can help!!
    >
    >Rgds, Paul
    You see, the problem is tackling too many issues at once. The ASP
    login features are added to one page at a time, to avoid confusion.
    The best thing you can do is to get rid of the frames and stick to
    using non-frame systems. The complications involved in logging in in
    one frame and protecting another are not worth the effort.

    If you read through other postings on this newsgroup, you will find
    links to many articles, giving you lots of other reasons why frames
    are not the right answer.


    Paul Taylor
    [url]http://www.technocurve.co.uk[/url]
    Paul Taylor Guest

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    Default Re: ASP Login newbie help!

    Thanks alot Paul. I thought as much anyway from spending most of the
    night trying!


    In article <c0rrgvsqlos4682tpjqgoarb1r9q1sn2bk4ax.com>,
    [email]pftaylortechnocurve.co.uk[/email] says...
    > On Thu, 10 Jul 2003 23:03:09 +0100, Ed_Gein <mrsomewherenowhere.com>
    > wrote:
    >
    > >Hi guys,
    > >
    > >ASP seems the biggest bugbear of dreamweaver I'm discovering!!
    > >
    > >I need a bit of urgent help. I have a 3 frame site (left, top, main) and
    > >have a small form in the left frame for the customer to log into with
    > >name and password.
    > >
    > >If they log in succesfully, can I trigger the main frame to change and
    > >also include the variables passed from the left frame??
    > >
    > >This is quite urgent if somebody (anybody!) can help!!
    > >
    > >Rgds, Paul
    >
    > You see, the problem is tackling too many issues at once. The ASP
    > login features are added to one page at a time, to avoid confusion.
    > The best thing you can do is to get rid of the frames and stick to
    > using non-frame systems. The complications involved in logging in in
    > one frame and protecting another are not worth the effort.
    >
    > If you read through other postings on this newsgroup, you will find
    > links to many articles, giving you lots of other reasons why frames
    > are not the right answer.
    >
    >
    > Paul Taylor
    > [url]http://www.technocurve.co.uk[/url]
    >
    Ed_Gein Guest

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