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New Page when Refreshed, Using Javascript

Posted on 1997-01-27
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I would like to know how to use Javascript, if possible, to load a new page every time my web site is hit, or reloaded.
ie:
index1.html
index2.html
index3.html
...up to 10 (or whatever number)

each time someone hits, or reloads, a different, random, welcome page is loaded.

Can this even be done?
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try the following as "index.html"

<html><head><title>loader page</title>
<script>
function newpage()
{
    window.location="index"+Math.ceil(10*Math.random())+".html";
}
</head>
<body onLoad="newpage();">
this is a dummy page
</body></html>

This is about all you need.

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