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automtically refreshing a page - Macromedia Dreamweaver

Greetings I found this in the DWMX help but unfortunately it doesn't actually say how to do it: Setting Refresh properties Use the Refresh element to specify that the browser should automatically refresh your page?by reloading the current page or going to a different one?after a certain amount of time. This element is often used to redirect users from one URL to another, often after displaying a text message that the URL has changed. Delay is the time in seconds to wait before the browser refreshes the page. To make the browser refresh the page immediately after it finishes loading, ...

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    Default automtically refreshing a page

    Greetings

    I found this in the DWMX help but unfortunately it doesn't actually say how to do it:

    Setting Refresh properties
    Use the Refresh element to specify that the browser should automatically refresh your page?by reloading the current page or going to a different one?after a certain amount of time. This element is often used to redirect users from one URL to another, often after displaying a text message that the URL has changed.

    Delay is the time in seconds to wait before the browser refreshes the page. To make the browser refresh the page immediately after it finishes loading, enter 0 in this text box.

    Action specifies whether the browser should go to a different URL or refresh the current page, after the specified delay. To make a different URL open (rather than refreshing the current page), click the Browse button, then browse to and select the page to load.


    can someone tell me how I do this with DWMX?

    thanks


    Anton_FA webforumsuser@macromedia.com Guest

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    Default Re: automtically refreshing a page

    the question is--- what do you want to have happen?

    do you want the page a person is on to redirect to another page?

    ditto.... page to refresh itself, to pull in some new content from a db
    connection? (warning- an easy way to set up an endless loop here)

    ditto.... page to load fresh from the server, and ignore the user's
    cached copy of the page- so they see any changes to the page since their
    last visit?


    The item that quote from the help file is about is the meta refresh tag.
    dw menu-->Insert-->Head Tags-->Refresh
    That will do the first two things above. For the third- you use different
    meta tags.

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    Alan Ames Guest

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    Default Re: automtically refreshing a page

    OK figured it out - its in the head insert panel - if thats the right name - up the top.


    Anton_FA webforumsuser@macromedia.com Guest

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