...that this was a repost. But it's not.<BR><BR><script>setTimeout("document .location.href='newpage.html'", 5000)</script><BR><BR>I think you need to look into the setTimeout() function.<BR><BR>Craig.
<body onLoad="setTimeOut('document.forms.submit();', 5000);"><BR><form action="page2.asp" method="post"><BR><input type="hidden" name="username" value="<%=sUserName %>" /><BR><input type="hidden" name="password" value="<%=sPassword %>" /><BR></form><BR></body><BR><BR>You CAN NOT do this with just ASP. Please read some of the FAQs in the Nature of Things category.<BR><BR>-Doug
This page that I want to have a timed response redirect would direct the user to the previous page posting there username and password. The page with this already has a form that that posts forward to another page.<BR><BR>So doing a timed response.redirect is out of the question?<BR><BR>Thanks for your recommendations so far.
Because I don't want the information posted forward. Basically the scenario is the information on this page could change as it is database driven. If the user loads the page and walks off to make a coffee they could be posting information that no longer exists or is out of data. So I want to set a time redirect posting their details to the previous page. <BR><BR>Hope that makes sense :-)