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It is simple to do with HTMl and involves one of the special META tags. Adjust the time (In seconds) and URL to fit your needs:

<meta http-equiv="refresh" content="5; url=http://www.ozoneasylum.com">

The time in which the current page will be displayed is the number immediately following content=". This is the number of seconds in which the page will be displayed. This number should be small, between 3 and 5 seconds. A wait of more than 5 seconds will cause user annoyance.

Following the url= is the page in which you want the user to be redirected to. This URL must be an absolute URL. This means that you must include the http:// followed by the domain name, and ultimately the path to the page you are redirecting the user to. It is also important to note that url is not a separate attribute but a substring that is a part of the content attribute.

Relevant FAQs:

How can I redirect a page with PHP?

How can I redirect a page with JavaScript?

How can I redirect a page using Apache?

How can I redirect a page using ASP?

(Edited by Tyberius Prime on 06-09-2004 16:41)
(Edited by bladerunner3 on 09-05-2008 14:41)
(Edited by Tyberius Prime on 09-05-2008 15:03)

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