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    How Would You Suggest Redirecting a Webpage?

    How Would You Suggest Redirecting a Webpage?

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    Perhaps the most common method of redirecting a web page is through adding specific rules to a `. htaccess` on an Apache web server. We can then let the server deal with everything. Any page that the user visits on the old website will now be redirected to the new one.

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    Redirect to the preferred version of your website, using the right protocol (http or https), domain name (www or non-www) and path notation (with or without trailing slash). Use a 302 redirect for inactive campaigns. Use a 301 redirect for content that's permanently removed.

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    Perhaps the most common method of redirecting a web page is through adding specific rules to a `. htaccess` on an Apache web server. We can then let the server deal with everything. Any page that the user visits on the old website will now be redirected to the new one.

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    The easiest way to redirect a URL is by using your hosting provider's control panel. ...
    Take note that the redirect above uses the 301 redirect type, as stated on the hPanel. ...
    A 301 redirect is a permanent redirect. ...
    This redirect is good for SEO since you can keep the search ranking of the old domain.

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    The simplest way to redirect to another URL is to use an HTML <meta> tag with the http-equiv parameter set to “refresh”. The content attribute sets the delay before the browser redirects the user to the new web page. To redirect immediately, set this parameter to “0” seconds for the content attribute.

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