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Chapter 13. Dynamic Documents > Client-Pull Documents

13.2. Client-Pull Documents

Client-pull documents are relatively easy to prepare. All you need to do is embed a <meta> tag in the header of your HTML or XHTML document. The special tag tells the client Netscape browser to display the current document for a specified period of time, and then load and display an entirely new one just as if the user had selected the new document from a hyperlink. (Note that currently there is no way to change just a portion of a document dynamically using client-pull.) Section 6.8.1

13.2.1. Uniquely Refreshing

Client-pull dynamic documents work with Netscape and Internet Explorer because the browsers respond to a special HTTP header field called "Refresh."


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