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A web page in a browser like Internet Explorer or Firefox is stored in a hierarchical structure (the Document, or DOM). You can alter that document and its corresponding graphical section of the user's display will change without changing the content of the rest of the page, although the layout may be adjusted.
The only way you can refresh the page without client-side scripting is to put a timer on page refresh using the HTML metatags. But that refreshes the ENTIRE page, not just part of it.
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