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If you ever need to check and match and certain URI on an ASP.NET site, it’s easy. My client’s site uses ASP.NET Razor syntax, so here’s the code I used:

    var currenturi = @System.Web.HttpContext.Current.Request.Url.AbsoluteUri;
    if (currenturi == "")
        Your code here.

Note that you need to use double quotes for the matched URI, as single quotes will cause an error, due to string vs char difference.

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