I have an asp.net product site made with the use of Dreamweaver MXs' asp.net features.
First I must tell you that the site has two main product categories which are "hifi" and "profesyonel"
in the product detail page(which are "[url removed, login to view]" and "[url removed, login to view]") there is a price requsting feature in an iframe(which are "[url removed, login to view]" and "[url removed, login to view]").
The viewer must enter his e-mail adrees in order to view the price information of the related product.
My problem is; the customer has to leave his e-mail address again and again when he wants to view a diffrent product. To solve this issue, I need a cookie placement which will include the information that the viewer has left his e-mail address before and prevent asking it again and again.
Leaving the e-mail address once should be enough, and if the customer has left his e-mail address before, the iframe must display the product price directly without asking for e-mail address again.
Thats all... Also I've attached the site files for your review...
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