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Last post Apr 13, 2012 11:05 AM by vijayst
Apr 11, 2012 02:35 AM|LINK
Split off from
I kind'a run into the same problem. I am so newby to any web codes, but giving it a good try. I see you solved the problem. how exactly would you type the URL including the string?
I'm so tired of going into the page and typing something already typed. my specific case: finding zip codes in Mexico. The page is: http://www.sepomex.gob.mx/ServiciosLinea/Paginas/ccpostales.aspx
And there's the field for the "Código Postal" as usual, five numbers. you just place it and it posts back all the city areas that that post code covers. So, I want to fill that number automatically from the URL.
Does your solution appliy to this case? how would you type the URL, trying to find, e.g. zip code "32000"?
Thanks in advance.
Apr 13, 2012 10:58 AM|LINK
wASP's thread is too old(07-16-2008 06:20 PM).
could not see
want to hide the
query string, e.g. zip code "32000".
using ASP.NET routing or URL
If I have misunderstood your concerns, don't hesitate to let me know.
Apr 13, 2012 11:05 AM|LINK
The following code will get the zipcode from the querystring:
ZipCodeText.Text = Request.QueryString["zip"];