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5 second pause then redirect.

Posted on 2004-09-13
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Howdy, I was wondering if anyone had a code snippet out there that displays a page for X seconds and then loads another page.

Thanks, Eric
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<Script>
function gothere() {
window.location = "PATH_HERE.HTML"
setTimeout("gothere()", 5000)
}
</Script>

<body onLoad="gothere()">
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Saqib Khan earned 500 total points
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Sorry ignore my Above Post.
Simply use this on that page

<body onLoad="setTimeout('window.location=\'http://www.yahoo.com\'', '5000')">
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by:EWilson12
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works great thanks ;)
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Great I helped.
Thanks for an "A"
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