Http - How To Listen For Requests And Maintain "dialog"

Jan 12, 2011

Hi! OK, I'm quite new to web developing and this is a bit difficult to define abstractly so I'll say exactly what I'm trying to do:

I have an asp.net website running on my server. I want to have other websites to have a button which redirects to a specific URL. This URL is determined during the creation (server side) of the other website. I want the other website to request that URL by supplying certain parameters. I'll create the URL accordingly and return a response which contains the URL.

To clarify: User browses other website, gets to page which is supposed to have said button, other website requests URL, supplies params, receives URL and creates page with button with URL received.

It's important to me that this works with any platform of "other" website. What is the simplest way to do this?

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