Thanks for the reply...i think that is what i was already trying and it doesn't seem to work.....here is my code....is it correct???<BR><BR><html><BR><head&# 062;<BR><title>First Year B.Sc. IT Timetable </title><BR><meta http-equiv="refresh" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1"><BR></head>
OK, here's what happens....There's a timetable page that displays the current timetable for a given class. <BR><BR>The timetable can be updated by an administrator elsewhere. But when I open the original timetable page again it doesn't reflect the changes made by administrator....until i click the browsers "refresh" button.<BR><BR>I just wondered if there was an OnLoad event or something that would refresh the page to save the users the bother of clicking refresh every time.
I am new to ASP but I found some code for what you want to do on another site. Unfortunately I don't have it handy. But try doing a search on "ASP cache". I seem to remember that it used the "Response.CacheControl ". To prevent any cached pages. Hope this helped?