Thread: Creating a simple exit page?
04-20-2006, 11:01 AM #1
Creating a simple exit page?
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I'm working on a site on which they'd like a user to go to a "Thank you for visiting, you are now leaving our site" page when that user clicks on an external link. After seeing the page for a couple seconds, it would then forward them along to the external link's page they'd clicked on.
I understand the stigma against these sort of things but unfortunately the client is insistant. In this particular case there's no survey or statistics attached– they just want to make sure people know they're going elsewhere (as if seeing a whole new page design wasn't enough...).
04-22-2006, 01:30 PM #2tenbellysGuest
it most certainly possible with HTML but its going to be alot easier because as i understand its virtually impossible to pass data between pages without using some kind of form.
if you can do it with php life all of a suden becomes that little bit easier.
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