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8/20/2008 1:04:00 AM
Active Server Pages 104
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ASP 104 covers Multiple Related Checkbox Values, The Request Object, Cookies, Session Variables, Application Variables

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Comment from Richard Rost @ 11/14/2008
Yep - just use a Session variable like I cover in this class. Just set a session variable when the user logs on (which I cover in a later class) then check it in your header.asp. You might find it easier to just have ONE header.asp file and use the session variable in it to display different information based on whether or not that user is logged on. I cover most of this in ASP 303.
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Comment from  Roberta @ 11/12/2008
I figured out the header problem. Here is what I did.
if Session("Username")<>"" then %>

<% else %>

<% end if %>
I put this in the file called header.asp.

It seems to work but if you see a problem with this, please let me know.


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Comment from  Roberta @ 11/12/2008
Questions! Questions! Here is another one. I have two different header.asp, one for general public, one for members. On each of my pages I have include header.asp. When a member logs in, I want the header to change to the member header and remain in place for the entire time they are logged in. When they log out, it changes back to the general header. My line of thinking is that it has something to do with Sessions.
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