do a window.open get the pwd then get that data in the main window...<BR><BR>remember you have to pass the info from your first page to your popup and then from that to your main window again.<BR><BR><BR>
The only way you can get that to work is to put the password *IN THE HTML* page. And that means that anybody who wants to can simply do "View | Source" to see the page with the password!<BR><BR>Much better to collect the name and password, submit the form, go to asp page that checks name and password, and then Response.Redirect to "okay" and "bad password" pages, as appropriate.<BR><BR>
this way you do not need to put the pwd in the page...submit it and then validate....<BR><BR>never used a confirm except for the yes and no...did not even know it was possible...will give it a try and see what all can be done.
I like it. The popup submits, comes back with an HTML page that then either submits the main page or blows the user off to disney.com.<BR><BR>Does seem like a lot of work when it's so easy to do with Response.Redirect, but...<BR><BR>Incidentally, I meant to say "prompt" box, not "confirm" box! Sorry about that!<BR><BR>