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Need correct Syntax for Attributes.Add

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Hello,
I am developing in .Net 2005; in the code behind I have
Me.lnkOne.Attributes.Add ("onclick", "javascript: pageTracker._trackPageview('One') ; ConfigurationManager.AppSettings("specialMessage");")

I've tried several variables of the ending syntax ") ), etc... I know it's something stupid?
I keep getting a syntax error on "specialMessage", but cannot figure out where I'm going wrong.
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Me.lnkOne.Attributes.Add ("onclick", "javascript: pageTracker._trackPageview('One') ; ConfigurationManager.AppSettings('specialMessage');")


remove double quotes in specialMessage
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Thank you... I'm going home now! Probably should have hours ago!
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:o)  if it helped you escape the office, all the more better...
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