I got some thread mixed up. Ignore that answer.

> No, he wants to launch a script after Javascript has processed.
> PHP is run on the server, Javascript on the client so Javascript has to run
> after PHp is finished.
> For him to launch a Javascript code, he can only do it by contacting the
> server and asking it for a page.
> The only way to do it with Javacript and PHP without changing the page you
> are on is to use an invisible frame, which he said he didn't want to.
> So, it is impossible with only Javascript and PHP.
> But he can do it with Java or Flash to talk to his server.
> But you must handle either pretty well to do it.

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