ASP runs SERVER side so you can't use ASP to refresh a page.<BR><BR>You don't need script (server-suide or client-side) to do that. You can use a META tag like this:<BR><BR><html><BR><META HTTP-EQUIV="REFRESH" CONTENT=15><BR><body><BR>This is my document.<BR><BR></body><BR></html><BR><BR>Reference:<BR><BR>http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/workshop/author/dhtml/reference/properties/httpEquiv.asp?frame=true
I don't know about how-to using ASP, but I do know that the following META tag will do the trick . . .<BR><META HTTP-EQUIV="Refresh" CONTENT="7; URL=Page0.htm"><BR><BR>you can also define how the page transition . .. try values 1 to 32 in the following . ..<BR><META HTTP-EQUIV="Page-Enter" CONTENT="RevealTrans(DURATION=5, TRANSITION=12)"><BR><META HTTP-EQUIV="Page-Exit" CONTENT="RevealTrans(DURATION=5, TRANSITION=12)" > <BR>
Response.Redirect only works ON THE SERVER and then only to send the client to a new page. If the page is called samepage.asp and you do a Response.Redirect("samepage.asp") in that page you'll be caught in an INFINITE loop!!!!!! The page will never load 'cause it will continually send you to.....ITSELF!<BR><BR>Why the poster wants to reload the SAME page every 15 seconds is HIS/HER problem, I was just showing him/her the way to do it. <BR><BR><BR>Am I missing something here? If I totally jacked up the question then someone set me straight, but if I understood it then Response.Redirect won't acheive the desired result.