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From Muhammad Rizwan Khan <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] website header won't show redirect
Date Thu, 20 May 2004 16:10:00 GMT

You need to add this line with in your virtaul domain:
        Redirect "/" ""

here your site 'll redirected to

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On Tuesday 18 May 2004 16:49, Soriano, Sarah MS IMA-Europe wrote:
> I just created a website that is supposed to automatically redirect to a
> public server. For some reason, the http header is not reflecting the
> redirect. When I view the index page, the header shows the purchased domain
> name but doesn't show the public http address (redirected address). When I
> go further into the site, the http header remains the same as the index
> page (no matter what page I'm on) so whenever you refresh a page within the
> website, it goes back to the index page. I just need the website to show
> the correct http header from the start. I tried to add a refresh/redirect
> to the public site with meta tags and JavaScript, but it still won't show
> the public header.
> Hopefully that made sense!
> Is this an issue with the server? or my files?
> Sarah L. Soriano
> Army Europe MWR Marketing Specialist
> Tel. DSN 379-7773 / fax DSN 379-6285
>  <>


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