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redirect wiki blog page to a sharepoint blog site

Posted on 2013-01-03
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I have a blog on a wiki page (wiki version 1.13.1 r4310) and I have converted my blogs to a sharepoint server.

My question is now that many folks have my wiki blog bookmarked (I hope) I'd like to redirect folks automatically from my wiki blog to the sharepoint.

I have tried the commands
#REDIRECT [[https://sharepoint.foo.bar/blog]]

and the script
<script>
  document.location = "https://sharepoint.foo.bar/blog";
</script>


Neither of these do the redirect. They bring up a page with a link and if you click on the link it takes you to my new blog site.

the script also keeps getting parsed by wiki to be the &lt;script&gt; notation for <script>, even though I do type the text in the Wikitext mode.
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by:David Johnson, CD, MVP
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on the apache server add the following to the  httpd.conf or the .htaccess if you have many websites on that apache server

RewriteEngine on
RewriteRule   ^/~(.+)  http://newserver/~$1  [R,L]
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I am just a user on the wiki site -- so sadly no access to the apache code
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No answers so I'd like to cancel but cannot
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