Send the output of one thing to another (e.g. redirect to a file).
In web terms: The action when a web page automatically forwards (redirects) the user to another web page.
An redirect is a command that tells the browser to go to another page after a certain amount of time. Redirects are often used when a URL has changed.
There are two meaningful types of redirects, frequently referred to by numbers: 301 or 302. These numbers refer to the HTTP status codes which the server returns to your browser when the page is requested. 301 is the permanent redirect, telling the browser (or spider) that the page has been moved for good, and will not return. This tells a search engine to use the redirected URL in the future, and to not spider the old URL. A 302 redirect is for a temporary move, and should only be used for changes which are actually temporary. Using a 302 redirect permanently can be perceived as a form of SEO spam.
a tactic used to send a user to a different page from the one clicked on in the search results, the final page being less relevant. Considered unacceptable by search engines, except when they employ it, when it becomes known as 'an enhancement of the user experience.'
An instruction to Web browsers to display a different URL from the one the browser requested. Redirects are used when the URL of a page has changed. They allow old URLs to be redirected to the web pages and avoid serving a page not found or http 404 error page.
a line of code in your HTML that tells the page to point someplace else
a mechanism that exists between banks that allows us to advise one another when account details change
an Apache directive (command) which maps one URL into another
an automatic forwarding of a domain name in order to resolve the name
an indirect link to another site, not an untrackable direct link)
a page with no other content than something of the form
a piece of code that forces the viewer's browser to go to another Web page
a shorter URL address, or string, that when clicked, will still take you to your designated website
a special header that instructs the client to immediately go to another web page and not continue loading the current page
a technique that tells a browser and a spider that the requested URL has changed
a type of command sent from the server that sends a browser to another location
a way of transparently pointing one page to another page
Code that points the browser from one location on the web to another, technique used by spyware to control pages you browse.
A redirect occurs whenever the surfer gets sent to an address different than the one actually requested. It is often intentionally programmed, through rather simple code, either a META tag or a CGI script, that sends your visitor to a different Web page.
Use a form submission to redirect users to specified URLs. You can use both option lists and buttons.
automatically pointing users to sites different from the ones found through SERPs. Redirecting to a non-relevant page can result in a search engine penality.
To change the direction or course of." I want to go home. ", says the person with Alzheimer's. disease. " Yes and let's stop and look at the birds on the way ", says the caregiver. Redirect them from a problem situation to another thought or activity. See Yes and...
The redirect server behavior loads a new site page after a transaction is executed. For instance, users could be automatically redirected to their inbox after they log in to the website.
When a site is moved, putting a redirect on that site means the old URL will still work. For example the International History site was moved from http://www.lse.ac.uk/Depts/History to http://www.lse.ac.uk/collections/internationalHistory/ and a redirect placed on the old site. As a result, users who may have put a bookmark on the old site will automatically be taken to the new site.
A page that automatically redirects the browser to another page, for convention and naming reasons amongst others.
Sending a visitor seamlessly from one Web page to another by using HTML coding.
is a spam tactic used to send a visitor to a different page to the one found in the search results, where the webmaster stands to make money from the page you have been redirected to.
By using particular HTML-code in a Web page, one can redirect the visitor seamlessly to another Web page.
A method of automatically sending visitors from one web page to another. Often used when a website or page has moved or when the name of a website has changed.On a Web site, redirection is a technique for moving visitors to a Web page when its address has been changed and visitors are familiar with the old address. Web users often encounter redirection when they visit the Web site of a company whose name has been changed or which has been acquired by another company.
Redirect happens when the internet user is automatically taken to another web page address without him/her clicking for that page. Redirects are not encouraged by search engines.
A redirect page is one that bounces a visitor off to another page elsewhere.
A file on the server indicating that the requested page has permanently (301) or temporarily (302) been moved to another location.
Users can be redirected from one page to another either by asking them to click on a link or by means of automatic redirection, most often done with the meta refresh tag. Automatic redirection has been misused to the point where most search engines now penalize sites that use it, typically by de-listing the offending site.
Redirects divert surfers from one page to another.
The procedure by which a web server tells a web browser to obtain a certain requested page from a different location.
A tactic sometimes used to send a user to a different page that the one she found in the SERPS. For example, a webmaster optimizes a web page for a very popular keyword. When a user finds the page by searching on that keyword, she is subsequently redirected to a different, possibly non-relevant page from which the webmaster stands to make money. This is considered to be an invalid use of a redirect and the search engines (including Google) will penalize pages that use one in this manner.
A redirect is any method by which a user is transported from one web location to another without clicking a link or button.
(v) (n) a feature that automaticly or manualy sends the user to another page.
The process of automatically sending a site visitor to another Internet location. The location can be a subdirectory on another site or even a particular web page.