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Posted on 1998-08-10
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I have a web page that has now been moved to another server. I still wan to use the old URL. I know there's a an html tag  or maybe a javascript function that will redirect the users automatically to the new page when they visit the old one. I did this before but I don't remember how.

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<SCRIPT LANGUAGE="Javascript"><!-- Hide Script
window.location.href="http://www.gohere.com"
//-->
</SCRIPT>
Click <A HREF="http://www.gohere.com">here</a> to go to my new site...

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This will redirect with the newer browsers... If not, they can click on the link to go there...

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by:santama
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Thanks. By the way, does anyone has an HTML solution?
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