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From Sanjay Saha <>
Subject RE: [users@httpd] Redirect different pages
Date Thu, 30 Mar 2006 04:49:00 GMT
  Hi Arturo ,
  If i rephrase your question, 
  You would be redirecting to a different url ( to whoever connects to your
webserver ( . But you were asking for 
  redirecting to different pages ( that would generally mean to pages on the same server )
. You should understand they are different 
  as they would be performing different roles . Nevertheless one best way to achieve this
has both the above mentioned roles possible .
  Inside the apache2.conf file , at relevant place
  Redirect Permanent /index.html
  This will redirect whoever connects to "" to the new "
" . Used basically to redirect to different pages when the old pages has expired and needed
to redirect .
  Besides there are numerous other methods . 
  I suggest have a good read to :

    I suggest you try Apache: The Definitive Guide  by Laurie brothers.

 From: John Barrett []  
Sent: Wednesday, March 29, 2006 6:31 AM
Subject: Re: [users@httpd] Redirect different  pages

cool. I was wondering if you know a good book on apache?
  On Mar 29, 2006, at 1:25 AM, Arturo Leon wrote:

 hi, thanks for your help.

but i need redirect    it with apache, no with html or javascript redirect code.

i m a new    user for apache, too.  : ( 


   2006/3/29, John Barrett <>:        Hi,     In a web page you can
         <meta http-equiv="Refresh" content="1; URL="      />
         <title>Untitled Document</title>

     Where the meta tag, content="time in seconds{1 second in this case}"      and URL where
you want to go{google on this case}.
     Make sure the meta tag inside the <head></head> tags.
     I hope that this helps, really just html. I am so new to      apache(yesterday) I think
that I need to buy a book:( 


          On Mar 28, 2006, at 11:22 PM, Arturo Leon wrote:

     hi everyone, 

please, how to redirect        different pages with apache2? and how do can it?

example: redirect to is my dafault   


Pd: sorry my english is no good.        :P

Sanjay Saha
Senior System Administrator

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