RE: Timeout settings: Netscape/IE
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- Date: Thu, 21 Sep 2000 15:35:55 -0400
- From: "Miller, David" <dmiller@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: RE: Timeout settings: Netscape/IE
This is already very helpful information. My interpretation is that, if I
want the timeout to bring up the WebPAC, I use the method Jim (aka Cathy?)
describes using the WWWOPTIONS file. If I want the timeout to bring back our
library's home page, I use the method Steve Sowder describes. The consensus
here is that the library's home page should be the default (much as I'd love
the catalog to be!), so I'll try Steve's method. -- But I'll keep Jim's in
From: Cathy Cox [mailto:cathy_cox@xxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Thursday, September 21, 2000 3:11 PM
To: innopac@xxxxxxxxxx <mailto:innopac@xxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: Timeout settings: Netscape/IE
Yes, but in order to get that meta tag entered into the webpage your last
user left up on the computer I think you have to manipulate the WWWOPTIONS
file. I found this in the archives; don't know if it will do what you want
If you are referring to the Innopac, add the following line to your
This will add the following line to all your Web OPAC screens that are
At 01:51 PM 9/21/00 -0400, you wrote:
You will likely get a lot of responses to this.
The standard method is to us the HHTL refresh meta tag in the web page
One moment please
Whatever else is on the web page.
The 2 after content= indicates how many seconds to wait before
automatically going to the address after url.
Thus, if you want 5 minutes of no activity to go to the address then put
in the value "300".
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