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It is a very simple classical example, for linking
two pages of same web site.
The page in use is "Login.aspx " page
and contains the following statement/code.
If you are not a member, please
As understood and expected response is that a link should
be formed ( using the word " register" ), and curser/pointer
be changed to "hand symbol" indication that the link exists,
and when clicked, it should connect to the page StudentProfile.aspx
and open it.
How in my case , the linked is not being formed. Spending hours
to check and recheck the error, problem could not be resolved.
Kindly point out the error , and the solution.
I am really sorry , it is an axtermly simple example ,but some
thing is being overlooked and not catching the sight.
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