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RE: avoid visitors viewing inside pages

From: Nathan Zaetta <nzaetta@brw.fairfax.com.au>
Date: Tue, 29 Jun 1999 10:17:51 +1000
Message-ID: <19990629003906.26003.qmail@fairfax.com.au>
To: "'Nicolas Lesbats'" <nlesbats@etu.utc.fr>, Aditya Hermawan <aditya@sby.globalinfo.net>
Cc: W3HTML <www-html@w3.org>
Um, this solution also means that nobody can ever get to any other page, as they will always be redirected back to the index

-----Original Message-----
From:	Nicolas Lesbats [SMTP:nlesbats@etu.utc.fr]
Sent:	Tuesday, June 29, 1999 3:19 AM
To:	Aditya Hermawan
Subject:	Re: avoid visitors viewing inside pages

On Tue, 29 Jun 1999, Aditya Hermawan wrote:

| Is there a way to avoid visitors from accessing our site pages without
| first viewing the 'index.html' page

You can add to each page of the site a

 <meta http-equiv="refresh" content="0, http://.....index.html">

which will redirect the visitor to the index.html page.

But I don't find it's a good solution (some browsers, as Lynx, display
a confirmation message).

I hope that with XHTML and XLink (working draft), the following element
will be recognized :

 <link rev="start" href="index.html" xml:link="simple" actuate="auto" />

It would play exactly the same role but it will be more "official".

[The 'actuate' attribute accepts two values : 'auto', which means the link
will be followed automatically, and 'user', which means it will be
followed when the user clicks it]


Nicolas Lesbats - nlesbats@etu.utc.fr
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