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It loads the site (our-org-name.org) and as soon as it loads (should only take 1 or 2 seconds because im guessing it has nothing on it) It starts loading the new site.
If you want to put a delay in you can change the number (0) to any number you wish. eg. changing it to 5 would make it take 5 seconds to redirect.
But, i have a question.
I tried loading the site (our-org-name.org) but it didn't work. The new one (http://leagueathletics.com) works though. Are you sure they still have the rites to the old site?
Even a ping check failed.
Sorry. Stupid Question.
Was focusing more on redirecting than the old URL.
I gather it isn't the actual URL of the site.
Sorry For Jumping About.
window.location = "http://leagueathletics.com"
But i recommend sticking to its HTML counterpart.
Just make sure this is put in between the <HEAD> and </HEAD> tags at the beginning of the document or it wont work.
Hope this helps
Ok, Sorry, Let me explain even further what i mean.
The script automaticly runs as soon as it is accessed. You need to write it into the page that loads when you load your old website.
When this is done. You load the old website. As soon as it has finished downloading the page it changes the URL in your address bar to your new site address. Meaning that you shouldn't see your old site at all unless you have an incredibly SLOW internet connection.
This isn't exactly what it does but I don't want to be too confusing. :P
I beleive the URL (http://leagueathletics.com/) that you gave me isn't the actual sites web page. You need to change it to the real one or every time you load the page it will redirect you to your webhosts page (http://leagueathletics.com/)