well, I was thinking of using an <Iframe> to display thew information, but I was hoping there was some meta refresh tag that would do it. Do you supose that having a refresh set for how many seconds in a day on each page directed to another page would work?
....sidetraking.....>>> that wouldn't work due to the initial page setting, in which one would need to keep the page open that full duration of time. See the script below rotates text, but its a pain to put a 12 page article in the script...I keep breaking it.
// Courtesy of SimplytheBest.net (http://simplythebest.net/info/dhtml_scripts.html)
document.write("<font color=#000000 size=2 face=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif>")
now = new Date()
if (now.getDay() == 5)
document.write("It's Friday, Have you gotten your pay check yet?")
if (now.getDay() == 6)
document.write("It's Saturday, time to relax and surf through this site!")
if (now.getDay() == 0)
document.write("It's Sunday, the Day of Rest.")
if (now.getDay() == 1)
document.write("It's Monday, take it easy, don't get frustrated.")
if (now.getDay() == 2)
document.write("It's Tuesday, for some reason I think of Philly.")
if (now.getDay() == 3)
document.write("It's Wednesday, the middle of the week, perhaps a drink later?")
if (now.getDay() == 4)
document.write("It's Thursday, another drink!")
I have another script also that rotates images below, I am wondering if I can get it to rotate pages, I tried an <A Href> tag, but this did not work. Any thoughts?
<!-- This script and many more are available free online at -->
today = new Date();
day = today.getDay();
arday = new Array("sunday.jpg", "monday.jpg", "tuesday.jpg",
"wednesday.jpg", "thursday.jpg", "friday.jpg", "saturday.jpg");
document.write("<img src='" + arday[day] + "'>");
// End -->
PLease take a look and let me know if there is anything I can do.