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php is server side, so whater php is doing, will be executed on the server and then sent to your browser...


you can use sleep($secs) at the start of one of your scripts, to delay the execution, but it won't be the same thing. Some browsers will jump to a blank page while your script is waiting. Firefox will actually wait before the script is over until it jumps, so in firefox you can (sort of) simulate the effect with php. Javascript will do a much better job.

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