link to my new website??

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hi,
how can i link my old website to my new web site so when customers click onto my old address they automaticly get sent to my new synthasite
thanks
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steve

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Posted 9 years ago

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Monique, VP of Customer Support

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Hi steve
Can you tell me what your web addresses are and whether you got these from us or from another service? If you can answer these questions I will be able to tell you how to implement a redirect if it is possible to do so.
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steve

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Hi Monique,
My other address is "www.adsjoinery.contractor.co.uk" and it,s from another service, thanks

steve
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Monique, VP of Customer Support

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Since another service manages your domain they should be able to set up a 301 redirect for you. This will redirect all traffic from your old domain to your new domain. Please contact the support department of the service you bought your domain from.
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Kershnee

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Hi Steve,

Here's how to add links to your page:

1. Drag and drop a text widget onto your page.
2. In the text widget type the words that you want people to click on (this is your link text).
3. Highlight the link text and then click on the link button (it's the 10th button from the left in the text editing tool bar, and looks like the link in a chain).
4. A link editor dialogue box will open up and you will be given 4 options. You can link to an email address, an external URL, a page on your own site or a file on your computer.
5. Click on and edit the option appropriate for you.

You will then have a link on your page. To check that your link is working preview your page and then click on the link.

This is a brief explanation of how to add links, we have written a tutorial that shows the process in more detail. Here is the link: Creating Links - http://www.synthasite.com/tutorials/c...
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steve

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thanks kershnee, but it's my old website address what is mostly available to the public, when they click onto that address, i want them to be redirected to my synthasite website. does your method do that? before i try it