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Old 03-15-2006, 09:40 PM   #1
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Hey Everybody,

I have just launched a website at www.projectredeye.com, and am having difficulty with the Actionscript coding for a button on the main page. I have a section setup so that anyone visiting the site can enter their email address, press ok, and an automated email will be sent to our [email protected] address. This is so we can, of course, add them to our mailing list.

The ASP.net script that has been loaded onto the server is as follows...

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<preserve resultType="3" virtualPath="/Project Redeye/Subscribe.aspx" hash="fffffffe11e8fd32" filehash="6ff1b6ba68fb3d07" flags="110000" assembly="App_Web_r5vtl7ox" type="ASP.subscribe_aspx">
<filedep name="/Project Redeye/Subscribe.aspx" />
<filedep name="/Project Redeye/Subscribe.aspx.cs" />

I was planning on using the variable "email", but have next to no clue on how to go about adding the actionscript to the flash so it will correctly link w/ the ASP...

any thoughts?

Thanks a million.
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