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Close Form/Webpage and hyperlink back to Original Page

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I am trying to figure out how to do this.

I have created a form on a webpage that shows users that you can edit or
delete. I have a hyperlink to another webpage that adds users. The "Add
Users" webpage has 2 buttons for it, one for canceling, the other for
updating. I want to be able on both buttons, that when they are clicked, the
webpage is closed and the original page comes up with the new information in
it. I figure it is just hyperlinks within the behind the scenes code, but I
am unsure how to do it. I am using VS 2003, ASP.NET, with VB.NET. Any
examples or guidance is appreciated.
Nov 19 '05 #1
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Lyners wrote:
I am trying to figure out how to do this.

I have created a form on a webpage that shows users that you can edit or
delete. I have a hyperlink to another webpage that adds users. The "Add
Users" webpage has 2 buttons for it, one for canceling, the other for
updating. I want to be able on both buttons, that when they are clicked, the
webpage is closed and the original page comes up with the new information in
it. I figure it is just hyperlinks within the behind the scenes code, but I
am unsure how to do it. I am using VS 2003, ASP.NET, with VB.NET. Any
examples or guidance is appreciated.


Look at a Modal form and catch the return, causing your page to refresh.
This is mostly a clientside/javascript issue then though.

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