Redirections in HTTP - HTTP | MDN
In HTTP, redirection is triggered by a server sending a special redirect response to a request. Redirect responses have status codes that start with 3, and a Location header holding the URL to redirect to.. When browsers receive a redirect, they immediately load the new URL provided in the Location header. Besides the small performance hit of an additional round-trip, users rarely notice the ...
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