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    Linux Engineer Segfault's Avatar
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    Basic HTML question


    I've written a simple web page and I want it to display live stream from one of my IP cameras. I admit I've never been interested in HTML ...
    How should I go about this? I can see the stream in browser using following link
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    http://192.168.2.201:8002/nphMotionJpeg?Resolution=320x240&Quality=Standard

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    Include an image with the img tag, with the URL as its source.

    Then you need some means to invoke the browser to reload the picture regularly.
    Either use JavaScript or use the MetaRefresh tag.
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    Thanks.

    Either use JavaScript or use the MetaRefresh tag.
    Where could I learn about that? I tried looking at web page sources which have webcams ... confusing.

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    have a look at The Meta Refresh
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    Great site, thanks!

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