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Never trust data, model threats against your code, and other good advice from a security expert.
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I have the standard .net login control that is working. (Still learning .net after 15yrs of classic)
Thanks ahead of time
. what i want to achieve in this application is that .i want to show a welcome page before the login page shows up.
like displaying a loading text with progress bar starting from 0 to100 % and when the progress reaches 100% i want it to automatically redirect the user to the login page.
pls help how can i achieve this
i hve the progress bar that shows the progress from 0 to 100% but i cant seem to redirect it to the login page.
in web config i hve given the login page url attribute to the login page and default page url to the default page which has the progress bar.
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