Help regarding Website login code?
I have created a page in asp.net that allows a user to enter a user name and password and then verify it but I need to someway redirect the page once the user is logged in to their own unique membership page. Does anyone know how I can do that?
your membership pages aren't static right?...normally we get membership details from database..once login details are verified ,another page gets loaded with personalized details...its simple..just go to any tutorial of asp and you would get how its done...rgrds...
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