At 11:30 AM 11/4/2003, Tom Dell'Aringa wrote: >Okay, so what's the best way to run this? If my redirect page is >LinkRedirect.asp - should I append the whole URL (if I did I assume >it would need to be encoded?) or just a keyword that the server maps >to a url? > >do this: > >LinkRedirect.asp?url=http://www.somesite.com/ If you use IDs and a DB Table you can simplify it to: Link.asp?ID=33 Then the program records the "hit", looks up 33, and redirects the browser. Another way would be to just pass the domain name and path, if necessary Link.asp?URL=www.foo.org Link.asp?URL=www.foo.org/path/to/content Don't use Meta tags!! In ASP use: response.redirect("http://wwww.foo.org") I would recommend that you record the hit in a table somewhere instead of relying on WebTrends to track this. -- Anthony Baratta President Keyboard Jockeys "Conformity is the refuge of the unimaginative."