Page Redirect Generator

There are a several ways how you can redirect a HTML page to another page. HTML Redirect uses <meta> tag with the http-equiv attribute to redirect the page.

Enter the URL of the page to redirect:

How do you redirect a HTML page?

You can use the HTML <meta> tag with the http-equiv attribute set to create a simple page redirection. By setting http-equiv="refresh" tells the browser to refresh the page.

        <!DOCTYPE html>
            <meta http-equiv="refresh" content="5;url=">
            <p>If you are not redirected, <a href="">click here</a>.</p>

The attribures used with the <meta> tag defines its behaviors.

  • http-equiv="refresh": The http-equiv attribute provides an HTTP header for the value of the content attribute.
  • content="5;url=": The content attribute specifies the page should be refreshed after 5 seconds, and the page should be redirected to

You may change the value of time delay by changing the value in the content attribute, and also the URL of the redirection. It is best practice to provide a message or a link in the <body> to let the user know the page will be redirected in # of seconds in the event the browser does not support meta fresh tag. Also, providing a link in the body to let the user manually navigate to the destination URL without having to wait the full 5 seconds before automatic redirection occurs would be nice.

The meta refresh is one of the method that can be used to redirect a page to another URL, but it's not the best way to achieve it. You may also use .htaccess, server-side programming, or Javascript to achieve the page redirection for better user experience.

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