I have some custome graphs that I have laid out on 3 seperate web pages that I would like to show on a dashboard/large monitor at my office. I would like the pages to refresh every 10 seconds and redirect to the next page in the cycle page1 => page2 => page3 => page1 etc. The three different html docs contain a single table each that hold 4 iframes, and are all housed in the same path /var/www/html/files[1|2|3].html every time the refresh comes along it appends the entire url to the existing window and returns a page does not exist.
gives me expected page, after 10 seconds
and fail

I am certain that I am either using META when I should use something else that I am not aware of or I am using META incoorectly syntacticly

<META HTTP-EQUIV="REFRESH" CONTENT="10; url= servername/file2.html">
<META HTTP-EQUIV="ReFRESH" CONTENT="10; /file2.html">
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So if the target pages are all in the same directory, then the syntax is as follows:

In File 1 - <meta http-equiv="refresh" content="10;url=file2.html" />
In File 2 - <meta http-equiv="refresh" content="10;url=file3.html" />
In File 3 - <meta http-equiv="refresh" content="10;url=file1.html" />

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