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Old 02-18-2007, 08:55 AM
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Default Using Re-Directs

The Redirects area allows you to redirect Internet traffics from one web page to another. This is usually used when a web page has been moved to another location.

To set up a redirect:

Click on the Redirects button on the home page.

Enter the address of the web page to move in the first field.

Enter the redirection address in the second field.

Choose one of the following options in the drop-down list:

Temporary - This tells Internet traffic agents (browsers, search engines, etc.) that this is only a temporary redirection, and that they should return to this initial location again in the future for the same page.

Permanent - This tells the Internet traffic agents to go to the redirection address in the future, as the old address will never be used again.

Click on the Add button.
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Removing Re-Directs

Remove a redirect when you no longer want to redirect Internet traffic from a web page. There is no way to modify a redirect - if you need to change the details of an existing redirect, you need to delete the existing one and start again.

To remove a redirect:

Click on the Redirects button on the home page.

Click on the required redirect in the Remove Redirect drop-down list.

Click on the Remove button.
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