Logging Out A User From The Website

Jan 12, 2011

I was adding login and logout functionality to my ASP.NET website. While I am able to make the user log in by checking the username and password but on some pages should be available only if he is logged in. I am doing this by storing the user's value in a session

Secondly, I am using a Link button which changes to Logged in as example. So, how does the user log out?

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