Rob Smith wrote: > I'm looking for cleaver ways to redirect a user AFTER stuff has been written > to a page in ASP. > > Typically you can't by way of response.redirect("somepage.asp"). If you do > this after you write stuff to the page, you get an error. I don't do ASP, but any server language faces the same issue -- you can't send a redirect *header* after you've started writing content. The only way I can imagine getting around this is writing the page content to a buffer rather than STDOUT and only flushing it if/when you decide you're not going to redirect. /* Actually, JSP output is written to an 8K buffer by default; that size is configurable, as well as an "autoFlush" attribute being (true|false) -- maybe ASP has something comparable?) */ FWIW, -- Hassan Schroeder ----------------------------- hassan at webtuitive.com Webtuitive Design === (+1) 408-938-0567 === http://webtuitive.com dream. code.