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    Hi guys,

    I am working on some form pages and need to handle the errors generated.
    basically if a user clicks submit and for example does not enter the date correctly the error message will come back at the end
    of the url in the address bar.
    How do I take the error portion of the URL and display it gracefully on the page?
    There is the possibility of hundreds of error messages so I need to grab whats in the url and display that.

    Please be gentle complete novice when it comes to the whole javascript end of things

    Cheers,
    tippex.

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    This shouldn't be done client-side.
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    I understand that but our asp is not very forthcoming when it comes to building custom pages per our request so I have everything working except for the error handling.

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