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Re: refer page, refer link, automatic

From: bbxrider <bbxmail1@job1data.com>
Date: Wed, 19 Sep 2007 11:39:45 -0700
To: www-html@w3.org
Message-ID: <fcrqdp$go9$1@sea.gmane.org>

thanks for the replies
after finding redirect is the right keyword to search with i did find an 
excellent reference how
to do with html, java, and html/form
http://www.webworkshop.net/auto-redirecting_methods.html
unfortunately i'm not running apache at the site where i was going to use 
this, its a ms sbs2003
running iis, and i want use to use plone/zope for the website in question.
evidently i can't just stop iis and have zope do all the listening on port 
80 because somehow someway
iis and sbs is using port 80 for other than website traffic( for its 
sharepoint? and possibly terminal server,) which seems awkward to me
but if thats the case, i will use the default iis page to redirect to the 
zope server which will actually run
on a different machine in a separate location.
my router cannot route based on 'http-header', so i can't do that, and 
evidently there is some pkg
than can 'redirect' port 80 http website traffic to a zope installation on 
my lan but no money in the budget for that
if it was apache it would be great because i could use virtual host for the 
domain name in question
bbx

"gmane" <bbxmail1@job1data.com> wrote in message 
news:fcpqqv$c3r$1@sea.gmane.org...
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> how do you code/implement an automatic link to a different  page from the 
> one you land on? is it html? java script?
> i can't find any at the moment to view the source. usually there is some 
> content that says the site/page has moved and click a link to go there, or 
> you will automagically be linked/sent  there in some few seconds if you 
> don't do anything.
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Received on Wednesday, 19 September 2007 18:40:54 GMT

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