Redirect My Page To The EXACT Same Page The User Is Viewing
Mar 9, 2010
I want to redirect my page to the EXACT same page the user is viewing. Kinda like window.location.refresh(), but it refreshes the page, means it empties some part of the cache and will reload images. I want it to simply open the page again, exactly like when I click a link refering to the same url. I've tried reload(), but it doesn't reload either.
I'm not one for making my own scripts, so not quite sure about the best way to go about doing this. I've got a form with 2 different sets of radio buttons. Upon submitting, I'd like to redirect the user to a certain page, based on the selections they made among the radio buttons.
want to take this redirect script and modify it so that it rotates a banner image instead of sending the user to another page. The script works so that if the window is out of focus for 10 seconds, it redirects. The images are defined in an external style sheet so I guess I'll have to move that into the document. Also, I want it to be able to work more than once with multiple images, like if the user opens a new tab, comes back, goes to a different tab, the image should change twice. Here's the script:
Goal 1: display errors above the form on same page
Goal 2: direct users to a new thankyou page when form is submitted.
The form uses ajax. I am able to get it to work with the error messages displaying correctly but as is, the thankyou message also displays in the same spot and the form is left filled out. I need it to direct to a new page I designed for the purpose.
I want to redirect a page to another page in JSP after a certain validation has been done using AJAX. If the validation is done it should redirect the user to another page but if validation is not done then it should remain on the same page.
I have the following JS which puts a transparent blanket over the page and centralizes a <DIV> in the middle of the page. The problem I have is that sometimes the content of the page is quite long, and thus this popup <DIV> will get centralize against the content and not the current view port. The blanket only layers the transparent element on the viewable part of the screen/browser, so I am putting in a overflow: hidden style, so I need to ensure that the popup (and the transparency layer) is only on the current viewing window and not based on the content size (otherwise with the scrollbars taken away I will not be able to get to the popup.
So what I need is to display the transparency DIV and popup within the current viewing window, whether the user has scrolled half way down a page then it should show here - if that makes sense
I have an webbpage, and in the middle of it there is an iframe to a php site. So i have used this code, so after some seconds the iframe will send the guest to another page. <meta http-equiv="refresh" traget="_top" content="5 url=http://mypage.com"/> But the thing is that i want the WHOLE page to reload, and go to that page after 5 seconds (we can say). With that code, only the iframe are going to another page. Is it possible to make the whole page send the user after some seconds, to another page and not only the iframe?
I want to add a global event handler for mousedown that will register whenever the user clicks anywhere on the page but I'm having trouble.This is what I'm trying to do:
var body = document.getElementsByTagName("body"); alert(body); body.addEventListener(mouseDown, myHandler);[code]....
But the event handler is never called. I can't even seem to get access to the body. Is the body tag the wrong place to be assigning the mousedown handler? I'm trying to make this code work correctly in both IE and firefox.
There is many examples of PageLoader's etc. in the web, but I can't find a script like facebook (and many other sites) uses. When a link is cliked -> user stays at current page and get's "Page loading" etc. notice until the next page is fully downloaded.In other words; When I click a link (Internet Explorer), I get first "a white page" until next page show's ..I want, that the page does not go white at all, but current page show's until the next page is fully downloaded.
Our company own a lot of domains and want to put a short page of copy on each address along with keywords before redirecting the user to our main site. I have been able to get the page to load the main site after the desired time using this code in the head...
That works perfectly, I am now trying to display a countdown timer from 40 seconds down to 0, and on 0 redirect the user. Saying something like "You will be redirected in XX seconds". Is there anyway of doing this? I've been searching google for the answers with no luck and can only seem to find timers that countdown to a set date.
I hava a snippet below. This code will redirect my current web page to http://www.xyz.com . . . But I want to specify the number of seconds before it is redirected. May I know how to do this? (As much as possible, meta tags should not be used.)
I have a form in which i have a dropdown list and a submit button. I want to code so that when users select the value from the dropdown list, it should redirect then to the specified page. For instance i have the value, "car", "House" and "pets" in my dropdown listbox, if a use click on "car" it should redirect them to the car page. I have done the following code, but something seems not to work :(
And in the submit button am calling the function move()
My form name is sell and the dropdown list menu is cat.
I'm trying to redirect away from a page using AJAX, and I'm having a tough time figuring out how to do it properly. From what I understand, an AJAX request thinks it's done when a script echoes something, so this is what I have, for the script run behind the scenes and the HTML with AJAX:
PHP: <?php Some code
I think what's happening here is that the Location header in the PHP is overwriting the echo, since I'm calling the Run.php script twice, so the AJAX request never knows it's ready. This also means, I think, that I'm missing something fundamental about how AJAX works, and I'm doing the redirection wrong