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Hi sir,
Tell me the use of http-equiv="Page-Enter".

<meta http-equiv="Page-Enter" content="blendTrans(Duration=0.1)">
<meta http-equiv="Page-Exit" content="blendTrans(Duration=0.1)">

Kindly give me the solution for this problem..

It is known as Fajax (fake ajax).

For example, when submitting a form and the next page is mostly similar to the new page, the entire page isn't whited out and redrawn, it blends smoothly to the next (IE only).
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HI!!! Prabhu

The http-equiv attribute is used by servers to gather information about a page using the HTTP header.
above you mention the code is only works in IE

<meta http-equiv="page-enter" content="revealtrans(duration=seconds,transition=num)" />
<meta http-equiv="page-exit" content="revealtrans(duration=seconds,transition=num)" />
    Page-enter and page-exit are Microsoft proprietary transitions that only work in Internet Explorer. The seconds is how long the transition should take, and num is an integer between 0 and 23, correlated with a specific type of transition (23 is random).<meta http-equiv="page-enter" content="revealtrans(duration=2,transition=6)">. There are 23 transitions, from 0 – 22. A transition with value of 23 is allows Internet Explorer to randomly select from the 23 available transitions. <meta http-equiv="page-enter" content="blendTrans(duration=sec)" /> is another value.

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