Hi Ivan and co,
I've come across a small problem that I can't work out how to get around.
I use standard ASP.NET Forms authentication through the site, with the following configuration set up in Web.config:
Using the LoginStatus control, this is no problem as the page redirects to the default language page which is ~/en/signin.aspx
My problem comes when the user is in the Japanese version of the site. Whenever the user clicks on the LoginStatus control, it redirects to ~/signin.aspx which in turn redirects to the English language version of the page ~/en/signin.aspx
I've looked up Microsoft documentation on the LoginStatus control and there appears to be no way to intercept where the control redirects to, to amend the localization prefix of "ja" to it.
Can you suggest how I can get the LoginStatus control to take into account what the current language is?