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hi!

1. how do i set automatic page refresh?
2. how do i parse a certain word like for example ..

"The quick brown fox"

into

"brown fox"

tnx

Frederick

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1, with Javascript or a META refresh
2, depends how you want to parse them:

[code]
$sentence = "The quick brown fox";

echo substr($sentence,10);
[/code]

or

[code]
$sentence = "The quick brown fox";

$words = explode(" ", $sentence);

echo $words[2] . ' ' . $words[3];
[/code]

or various other ways. generally depends what you want to do it for.

Cheers
Mark

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Guest footballkid4
I wouldn't use a META refresh...they're very annoying

[!--html--][div class=\'htmltop\']HTML[/div][div class=\'htmlmain\'][!--html1--]<[color=blue]head[/color]>
<script language="[color=orange]javascript[/color]" type="[color=orange]text/javascript[/color]">
function refreshit()
{
window.location=window.location;
}
window.setTimeout( "refreshit()" , "10000" );
<[color=blue]/script[/color]>
<[color=blue]/head[/color]>[!--html2--][/div][!--html3--]
Should refresh the page every 10 seconds

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How is that any different than a Meta refresh? They're the same to the user!

More importantly... what if the user has JS disabled?

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Guest footballkid4
If I can find what I read before I'll send it to you. There were some small differences between using meta redirects and JS redirects.

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