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What is the best way to use PHP to "reload" web page?

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Gil
I am trying to code my "notfound.html" page when people click on the
link that will send them back to home page, that the "entire" browser is
"refreshed".

Reason for doing this. I have frames on the home page. When user click
on the link on "notfound.html", the home page appears within the home
page frame. So I see 2 home pages. I have to physically click on the
"reload" button on the browser to the the appearance that I want. But I
know that "common" user will not think of that, and will determin that
the home page is buggy.

Any help is greatly appreciated...thanks in advance!

Gil
Jul 16 '05 #1
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On 14-Aug-2003, Gil <gi******@biolok.com> wrote:
I am trying to code my "notfound.html" page when people click on the
link that will send them back to home page, that the "entire" browser is
"refreshed".

Reason for doing this. I have frames on the home page. When user click
on the link on "notfound.html", the home page appears within the home
page frame. So I see 2 home pages. I have to physically click on the
"reload" button on the browser to the the appearance that I want. But I
know that "common" user will not think of that, and will determin that
the home page is buggy.

Any help is greatly appreciated...thanks in advance!


This is an HTML question not PHP, but the answer is to code target="_top" in
your <a ...> tag.

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Tom Thackrey
www.creative-light.com
Jul 16 '05 #2

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