How to Create an ASP.NET Modal Popup Login
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Published: 15 Sep 2009
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Abstract
In this article, Yi demonstrates how to create a modal popup login page in ASP.NET. By using Login controls, AJAX Extensions, and the AJAX Control Toolkit, you can easily accomplish this task without much coding. The demo project is based on Visual Web Developer Express 2008 and the .NET Framework 3.5. It also assumes you have installed the AJAX Control Toolkit.
by Yi Liu
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Introduction

In this article, I will demonstrate how to create a modal popup login page in ASP.NET. By using Login controls, AJAX Extensions and Toolkit, you can easily accomplish this task without much coding.

The demo project is based on Visual Web Developer Express 2008 and .NET Framework 3.5. It also assumes you have installed AJAX Toolkit. You can download source code from here.

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Listing 1 – Login page with modal popup

Key features of this project include:

·         Place login part in MasterPage and content in ContentPage.

·         Utilize Login, LoginStatus controls.

·         Use ModalPopupExtender and UpdatePanel to avoid postback.

·         Take advantage of Forms Authentication.


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