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Hi I am new to HTML/Java scriping I work for a Lighting and sound company and we have started to produce lighting and sound control via webpages. I was wondering if there was a way of getting feedback as to what is running via the web. so when someone presses a button on the page it changes lets say from red to green when running and back again when they press it again. the problem i have when they move away from this page and go back to it another time. I need it to be able to reflex what the last state was. the other problem i have is that someone else could change form that state from another web broswer. Is there a way i can keep all pages synced together?? These pages will only be on an internal network. Its not going to be something out on the big WWW. The unit i am using will not run ASP/ASP.net only HTML pages Any help would be grate Thanks in advance DLG18792

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That is not going to be possible without the help of a server side language (like ASP or PHP). You would need to store the button's state in a file or database and HTML/JavaScript can't do that.

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