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Posted on 21-10-08 10:35
Hi again,
I need help with redirecting without using headers in PHP, is there anyway to do it.

I know how to use headers but because I'm editing a pre-made site, there are many headers already being sent so I need to find another way around it.
Anyone got any ideas?




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Posted on 21-10-08 10:40
You could either echo a JS redirect or a meta redirect.


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Posted on 21-10-08 10:52
What JJButler said.

<script>window.location="meatspin.com";</script>


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Posted on 21-10-08 10:59
jjbutler88 wrote:
You could either echo a JS redirect or a meta redirect.


Yeah I suppose I never thought about a javascript redirect. I thought about doing a META redirect but I was wondering if there was any other way.

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What JJButler said.

<script>window.location="meatspin.com";</script>


Yeah, Im really that stupid¬_¬

However thanks guys.


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Posted on 21-10-08 11:03
you can always use htaccess ( Redirect /index.php http://google.com/), but I think that using meta tags would be much easier...


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Posted on 21-10-08 11:37
Yeah ive gone with the meta tag idea. Its exactly what I wanted.
Javascript's window.location seemed to redirect too fast I wanted the user to read the text before it redirected them too so meta's good.


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Posted on 22-10-08 09:33
You could've put the javascript redirection inside a setTimout to delay it.


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