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auto-refreshing a page

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I have a page I've migrated from HTML to asp.net that would auto-refresh
every 30 seconds. I did this by putting the following in the <head> section:
<meta name="refresh" content="30">

But now that it's an aspx page it doesn't seem to refresh anymore. Is
there an asp.net equivalent to this or some kind of adjustment I need to
do to make it work? Thanks!

Matt
Nov 19 '05 #1
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ASP.NET should not disable this. This is a function of the browser, not the
server so as long as the <meta> tag is in the output it should work. View
the source for the page and see if it is actually in the output.

"MattB" <so********@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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I have a page I've migrated from HTML to asp.net that would auto-refresh
every 30 seconds. I did this by putting the following in the <head> section: <meta name="refresh" content="30">

But now that it's an aspx page it doesn't seem to refresh anymore. Is
there an asp.net equivalent to this or some kind of adjustment I need to
do to make it work? Thanks!

Matt

Nov 19 '05 #2

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Matt,

Try <meta http-equiv="refresh" content="30">
I'm not sure if it makes any difference though.

Eliyahu

"MattB" <so********@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:35*************@individual.net...
I have a page I've migrated from HTML to asp.net that would auto-refresh
every 30 seconds. I did this by putting the following in the <head> section: <meta name="refresh" content="30">

But now that it's an aspx page it doesn't seem to refresh anymore. Is
there an asp.net equivalent to this or some kind of adjustment I need to
do to make it work? Thanks!

Matt

Nov 19 '05 #3

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