Instead of intercepting it, you could write the HTML code to a text-file as well as writing it to the client.<BR>For this you need to use the FileSystem object, which can do loads of things. There must be a 4guys article on it.<BR>Good luck.
I tried that and it works but the code is real ugly. You can't write " or %> because it's misunderstood. So you put in dummy characters and then have to edit the file. There has to be a better way. It would be nice if I could just redirect the output to a file either by intercepting it or telling IIS to write to a file instead of the client's screen. Thanks.