in ASP it could also be done using response.redirect, or for IIS5, server.transfer... however, i suspect you are looking for a client-side solution... all the JS you need to do that can be found at http://evolt.org/article/Let_the_User_Skip_the_Splash_Page/20/416/ evolt.org ... it has a different purpose, but it's simple enough to grab the relevent code... > From: matthew garrett <matthew.garrett at snet.net> > > If you have access to ColdFusion (or I would assume any similar AppServer) > you can detect using CF and include the different forms (or just the code). [...] > > From: "Herzog, Ari" <Ari_Herzog at Instron.com> [...] > > Is there a way you know of to send a user > > to a different version of a page before the > > whole page downloads. e.g. I'm making a site > > for a friend and have made two contact forms > > one for iE and the other for NN. The redirect to > > the NN version only happens after the iE version > > has loaded. Can I redirect before this somehow?? > > -- > > I am presuming it would be some JS code prior to the > > <BODY> tag, but don't know what.