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    Hi,
    can anyone tell me if it is possible to display a standard button like the "Submit" button and when pressing link to a .ASP site like the <a href="x.asp">?

    I have a form on a page to update data and will also display a Button to delete the record.

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    Kerschi
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    Sure. Just like any other form button, the action (action="some_page.asp") value determines where the form data will be directed.

    If you just want a button that when you click it, the browser goes to a specific page (ASP or not, doesn't matter), try this:

    <INPUT type='button' name='Button1' value='Click Me!' onclick="window.location='http://www.hotlinecentral.com'">

    (No need for <FORM></FORM>.)

    -TM
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    Thanks,

    that was i was searching for.

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