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How to make a webpage invalid after certain of time?

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Hi,

I'm a newbie to Apache. My boss want me to modify the Apache server to make the webpage will be invalid after certain time. That means if somebody browse our webpage, and he went away over certain time, say 10 mins. Then when he come back and click any link. He will be told it was expired and maybe reconnected or relogin. That's the basic idea. So, any third party program can do that or Apache itself can do that? Any detail documentation about that? Thanks in advance

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Hi,
   Try to modify the value of line which has the following default content:

   "Timeout 300"

   This (300) is the number of seconds before client receives and sens time out.

Hope that helps
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Sorry, I didn't try. So I don't know is it working. But because it's an old question, I accept this as answer.
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