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How do I redirect all requests to a different page? by Wullie
Posted: 4 May 02 (Edited 23 Jun 02)

The following explains how to redirect all requests for a particular page or directory to another page or directory.

You can either use this in a htaccess or include it in your httpd.conf file. It can also be specified on a per virtualhost basis by including the code inside your virtualhost directive.

Redirect /oldpage.html http://www.domain.com/newpage.html

Hope this helps

Wullie

sales@freshlookdesign.co.uk
www.freshlookdesign.co.uk


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