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From "Boyle Owen" <>
Subject RE: [users@httpd] website header won't show redirect
Date Tue, 18 May 2004 10:56:14 GMT
Plain text please...

Need more details:

- how did you implement the redirect? (ReDirect? ReDirectMatch,
pls quote the relevant section from your config.

- define exactly "http header" - I suspect you mean the contents of the
location bar in the browser... Is this so?

- can you identify the site so that we can check it?

- do you get anything in the error_log? access_log? rewrite_log (if

Owen Boyle
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-----Original Message-----
From: Soriano, Sarah MS IMA-Europe []
Sent: Dienstag, 18. Mai 2004 12:50
To: ''
Subject: [users@httpd] website header won't show redirect

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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