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January 16, 2004, 9:17 am
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I would like to redirect *all* visitors to another page.
http://www.page1.com --> http://www.page2.com/dir11
I have heard of "meta redirect". Is that the right thing?
Can I redirect visitors with some kind of server config (maybe
Will search engines find the second page?
Can I redirect *everyone* (all browsers, ...)?
(Sorry, don't have an URL yet)
Yes if you have Apache...
Yes.... they will all be redirected...
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No. So-called meta redirects rely on a few broken things (a non-standard
HTTP header, for one).
Yes, if you have Apache put this is a .htaccess file:
Redirect page1.html page2.html
In the rare case of a browser which doesn't understand HTTP redirects, a
normal text link will be given.