window.location.href = 'destination.asp'<BR>or<BR>window.locatio n.replace('destination.asp')<BR><BR>The replace method replaces the page containing<BR>this code with the destination page. It thus takes<BR>the calling page out of the history list as well as<BR>navigating to the destination. The user would not be<BR>able to use the browser back button to get to the calling<BR>page from the destination.
You can change the 'document.location.href' value to the url you want to go to. Like This :<BR><input type="button" value="Client Management Interface" onclick="window.location.href='http://amy.kiambogo.ab.ca'"><BR>(If you look at this link login as Cam, password cam and look around. It's still very much in development, but all data, including the foldertree is puled dynamically. let me know what you think, firstname.lastname@example.org)