WML <timer> Tag


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        A timer is declared inside a WML card with the <timer> element. It must follow the <onevent> elements if they are present. (If there are no <onevent> elements, the <timer> must be the first element inside the <card>.) No more than one <timer> may be present in a card.

        Attributes:

        This element supports the following attributes:

        AttributeValueDescription
        nametextSets a name for the element.
        valuenumber Specifies the timer after which timer will be expired. Timeouts are specified in units of a tenth of a second.
        classclass_dataSets a class name for the element.
        idelement IDA unique ID for the element.

        Example:

        Following is the example showing usage of <timer> element.

        <?xml version="1.0"?>
        <!DOCTYPE wml PUBLIC "-//WAPFORUM//DTD WML 1.2//EN"
        "http://www.wapforum.org/DTD/wml12.dtd">
        
        <wml>
        
        <card id="splash" title="splash">
          <onevent type="ontimer">
            <go href="#welcome"/>
          </onevent>
          <timer value="50"/>
        <p>
          <a href="#welcome">Enter</a>
        </p>
        </card>
        
        <card id="welcome" title="Welcome">
        <p>
        Welcome to the main screen.
        </p>
        </card>
        
        </wml>
        

        When you load this program it shows you following screen:

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        If you do not select given Enter option then after 5 seconds you will be directed to Welcome page and following screen will be displayed automatically.

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