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A server side redirect is a method of URL redirection using an HTTP status code (e.g., 301 Moved Permanently, 303 See Other and 307 Temporary Redirect) issued by a web server in response to a request for a particular URL. The result is to redirect user's web browser to another web page with a different URL.
One method of implementing server-side redirects is the .htaccess file supported by most Apache web servers. An example of the code used is as follows.
redirect 301 /index.html http://www.example.org/index.html
Common uses of server-side redirects include:
PHP code for server-side redirect.
ASP.NET code for server-side redirect.
Implementation in JavaServer Pages (JSP).
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