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redirection with Explorer 3.0

Posted on 1998-11-09
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Hi,
i need to make a automatic redirection to another page when loading another page. The method that I was using is the javascript "location.replace" but i´ve realized that this doesn't work with the javascript interpreter coming with Explorer 3.0. The application needs to work with all browsers including this, so the question is how can I implement such a crossbrowser solution.

Thanks in advance,
Pedro.
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Michel021497 earned 400 total points
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In your head, just type:
<META HTTP-EQUIV="Refresh" CONTENT="0; URL=http://adres.html">
Where
0 is the time to wait (seconds) the next page
http://adres.html is the page to load
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It works well even with Explorer 2.0, thanks. I wonder if is a server-side function.
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