Msg#: 3803955 posted 3:08 am on Dec 10, 2008 (gmt 0)
It's probably impossible... But any suggestions to make a clean redirect when you don't have .htaccess or server-side.
I have a very old website (amont many others) that reside on an old ISP hosted site/page... I want to move it to a new domain... But I don't have access to neither server-side languages or htaccess....
So I will need to make a nifty kind of redirect... I guess I can replace:
* No content except "Moved to -new url-" * Match title of old/new page
Msg#: 3803955 posted 3:39 am on Dec 10, 2008 (gmt 0)
If you have no server-side scripting or .htaccess, then a meta-refresh is your only choice. It's not a redirect in the strict sense of the term, but Yahoo treats short-time-period meta-refreshes as redirects, and the other major search engines may do so as well.
Use both a text link on the page and a 0-second meta-refresh to cover all the possibilities that you can...