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Hi all, I have a problem displaying my cgi site correctly. Basically first time round it checks if the user has an active session and if not it prints the login boxes else it just loads the content. If the user logs in it creates the session and cookie ok, but he has to hit submit twice for it remove the login boxes and display the correct content, although if you only press submit once and refresh the page it displays the content correctly. I was wondering if there is a way to fix this? Cheers

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