I have a vacation booking page and don't want customers to go directly to the booking page. (course in that case customers could enter there own dates or leave the dates blank)
Is there a way that if a user enters www.mysite.com/booking.aspx into there browser it redirects to an error page.
But the page must be visible after filling in arrival and disparture dates on a parent page.
So to simplify: Can I check on opening booking.aspx if the sender is calendar.aspx then open booking.aspx else goto error page
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