I want to put in my website a page for about 10 seconds then have it automatically change to the next page is there a html command to do this... thanks in advance... Carl
on 03/07/2010 – Made popular on 03/07/2010
There are the Next Page and Previous Page controls. Both of them align the page top with the screen top or, said otherwise, take you to the beginning of the page (whatever this page may be). My question is: is there a PDF reader where you can go to the end of the page as well.
In case this question seems ambiguous: let's say the page is three times as high as your screen.
Hello, I hope someone can help us out: we just renovated our website using web page maker and published all new pages. However, the home page still redirects to the former wordpress platform we used to use, although we have named the new one index too, and used similar names such as Index, index.html, but the default seinforma.ca is still stick to wordpress.
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