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Response.Redirect for a beginner
I'm a beginner in a web server side class. I need to post my homework and the text box for the link for the teacher is too short. He suggested I use some code to redirect to the correct page. So, I created a page called r.asp that simply says <%Response.Redirect = "HomeworkProgress/homeworkProgress.asp"%> but it doesn't work. r.asp is in the root directory. The page I need the user to get to is in the directory HomeworkProgress which is in the root directory. Then the page is homeworkProgress.asp. So then I added <%Response.Buffer = true%> to the top, since my book said this may be important to use with the Response.Redirect method. It still doesn't work. What am I doing wrong? Thanks, Suzy
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