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Key Lime Pie Recipe
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1. Rename your file in Dreamweaver. Dreamweaver will scan your other pages, and fix any references to the "old" file.
2. Open the now-renamed page (i.e. the "new" page), and choose "File - Save as..." to the "old" file name.
3. At this point it is really easy to get confused, so close all of the open windows EXCEPT for the Site Editor.
4. Open the "old" file. Select the entire contents of the document and delete them.
5. You will now create the redirect, so that if someone visits the "old" page they will be sent to the "new" page. You will start by choosing "View - Head Content" from the main menu bar. This will create a separate space at the top of the document where you can see a graphical representation of what is in the <HEAD> tag of the html document.
6. On the main menu bar, choose "Insert - HTML - Head Tags - Refresh".
7. In the dialog box supplied, choose the URL radio button. Fill in the URL for the "new" page. Set the delay to zero.
8. The steps you have completed so far will take care of the technical aspect of the redirect. You should now leave a courtesy message on the "old" page. The following is an example:
This page has moved. Please update your bookmarks and visit the new page:
The new page will load in a few seconds.
9. Save everything, and upload the new page, old page, and any pages that link to the new page. This can be a lot of uploading.