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redirect

verb change course, change direction, diiect again, forward, mail again, post on, readdress, remail, reship, send forward, send on, transmit
See also: divert
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A single flubbed file name is easy to patch, but for more advanced URL rewriting and redirecting, you need to use mod_rewrite.
Chief Legal Officer David Drummond said in a blog posting that Google had already started taking a small percentage of users to a landing page on Google.cn that links to Google.com.hk, and would soon stop all redirecting.
All these things we've talked about--layouts and other design elements that make it easier for residents to find destinations, alarms, automatic door locks, redirecting residents' attention, making fire-exit doors less conspicuous--can help curtail unwanted exiting.
The EM waves are targeted to bounce back to Earth from "virtual" mirrors and lenses, created by warming specific areas of the ionosphere until they produce a flat or curved shape, capable of strategically redirecting significant amounts of electromagnetic energy.
Shaw believed that the solution to Chicago's gang problem meant reaching out to the gangs and redirecting them into the conventional life of the community.
A former information technology administrator was (https://www.justice.gov/usao-az/pr/it-contractor-convicted-wire-fraud-defacing-website-arizona-company) sentenced to four years of federal probation and hit with a large fine after being found guilty of sabotaging his former employer by hijacking the company website and redirecting it to a pornographic website.
The code used by the Facebook Color Scam makes users believe that they are visiting the webpage "apps.facebook.com/themsandcolors," before automatically redirecting them to the phishing website.
Over the past few years, data accumulated in several carefully orchestrated clinical trials have revealed that systematically redirecting patients to angioplasty-ready hospitals can improve health outcomes--at least when the associated delays are brief.
If this attempt is unsuccessful, they should notify other staff members and follow the resident, redirecting him/her back into the building.
This increased cooperation would allow agencies and communities to maintain capabilities while redirecting funds to other areas within police budgets.
"Using this missile diversion and redirecting system, we will be able to avoid incidents like the Soubashi Radar Site", a catastrophic event during the 1980s Iraqi-imposed war in which all the Iranian radar crew were killed.
The Post, which was last week (http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/articles/496940/20130806/washington-post-sold-amazon-founder-jeff-bezos.htm) bought by Amazon founder Jeff Bezoz , has admitted that certain pages on its websites were redirecting visitors to the website of the SEA.