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Change timeout value for navigating a link?

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I want to change the time it takes the browser to timeout before producing a
404 error on one of my web pages. I want to do it before I set the SRC
attribute of an IFRAME on the page, and change it back when the IFRAME
onload event fires. Is there a Javascript function to change the timeout
value?

thx

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I want to change the time it takes the browser to timeout before producing a
404 error on one of my web pages. I want to do it before I set the SRC
attribute of an IFRAME on the page, and change it back when the IFRAME
onload event fires. Is there a Javascript function to change the timeout
value?

thx


the timeout for 404 depends on the sever, not the browser. the best i
know to help you is to specify an special error404.htm via .htaccess
that perform the necessary actions. clearTimeout() will allow you to
specify a new timeOut().
Jul 20 '05 #2

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