ASP makes it easy to redirect a user to another page. This is a
useful trick for redirecting users after form submissions, protecting
content on your site by redirecting users to a login page, and pointing
an old page address to a new one.
Classic ASP header redirect (302 Object Moved)
At the top of your ASP document (before any HTML code), use the following code:
<% Response.Redirect("default.asp") %>
This example shows how to redirect a user to a page on your own
site, in the same directory as your redirect page. If you wanted to
redirect a user to a completely different website, simply use the full
<% Response.Redirect("http://www.yourdomain.com") %>
The Response.Redirect declarative gives an “Object Moved,” or Status
Code 302 header response. If you want to permanently point an old page
address to a new one using ASP, see below.
Serving a permanent redirect (301) header status code
There may be an instance where you want to point an old page to a
new location. This can be accomplished in ASP by including specific
header information in your code snippet. The following example serves a
301 Redirect (“301 Moved Permanently”) to anyone who accesses the page.
Response.Status=”301 Moved Permanently”
Response.AddHeader “Location”, “http://www.thenewdomain.com”