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Hi,

    I  am developing a simple ASP.NET website (There is no AJAX) .  How can I have an alert displayed on the client side ?

      ( Currently I am doing it from server end with  System.Web.Current.Response.Write  ) . But the problem is the Alert comes first and then the webpage content is displayed.  But I want the Webpage to be displayed along with   the  Alert on the client side

 This is using  VB.net 2010  ( deployed in IIS7)
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