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Hi, in a "contact us" page named contact.htm that has some input textboxes, a submit button, and a reset button. When I fill out the fields and click Submit, it posts to an asp page that sends an email. What I want to do is to clear out the input fields after the .asp page is done, so if the user clicks the back button to go back to the fill-in page, the fields are all blank.

How would I do that?

Thanks,
Craig

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The 'response redirect' can help you.

<%
response.redirect('contact.html')
%>

When you submit the form and it will process in 'asp' file and then, redirect to the 'contact.html'. It make the browser refresh and all fields are clear.

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Hi Zero13, thanks for your response.

I had actually, in the meantime, found a way to do this on another site. Simply put, in the "onLoad" attribute of the htm page's body tag, I called a JavaScript function that called the form's Reset button, like this:

var i;
for (i = 0; (i < document.forms.length); i++) {
document.forms.elements.click();
}

('Reset Button' is the name of the reset button)

Craig

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