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How do I make a page auto jump to another

Posted on 1998-12-17
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I am working with ASP and don't want the user to see (or have to do anything in) the post page that comes up after posting to a database.  
Basically, I want the page to do it's job (post to the DB) then send the user to another page so that they don't have to stare at a page that means nothing to them...

I've gone to pages and had them automatically jump to another page - that's what I want.  
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dhinckle earned 50 total points
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The simple way to do what ya want is to paste this tag into the head of the document that "means nothing" to the user

<META HTTP-EQUIV="Refresh" CONTENT="0;URL=http://pageyouwanttojumpto.htm">

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