Redirect Your BlogSpot Blog (or Any Blog-Post) To Some Other Blog/Webpage

Redirect Your BlogSpot Blog (or Any Blog-Post) To Some Other Blog/Webpage
This tutorial will help you to redirect your blog or any particular blog post to any other web address (a blog, website or a webpage).
You can do this redirection by adding a single line of code to your blog. This is called Meta-Redirect (also meta-refresh).

Live Example:
http://Google.BlogSpot.com redirects to http://GoogleBlog.BlogSpot.com

Instructions To Follow:

STEP #1
Log in to Blogger, go to Layout -> Edit HTML

STEP #2
Now find this code:

<head>

And immediately BELOW/AFTER this code, add this one:

<meta http-equiv=”refresh” content=”3; url=https://bloggerstop.net/” />

And save the template.
Now, your blog will now redirect to BloggerStop.net after 3 seconds (3 seconds countdown will start only after your blog has been completely loaded).

When and How to use it:
1. If you have two blogs, and want to use only one blog, then you can redirect all the traffic of Blog-2 to Blog-1, and keep at Blog-1. This will get you some additional traffic.
2. If you are working on your blogs template/any widget, then temporarily redirect your blog traffic to an under-construction webpage. [In this case, apply this redirection to all but one page of your blog, where you can work and see the changes you are trying to implement – see MODIFIED CODE #1]
3. If you have updated an old post with a new one, then you can update your older post with a message similar to this one: You will be redirected to the newer/updated version of this post in 5 seconds and then redirect the readers to the updated post. [see MODIFIED CODE #2]

MODIFIED CODE #1
Redirect all your blog pages EXCEPT one page/blog-post:
Use this code instead of that in STEP #2

<b:if cond=’data:blog.url != “SPECIFIC_BLOG-POST_URL”‘>

<meta http-equiv=”refresh” content=”3; url=https://bloggerstop.net/” />

</b:if>

MODIFIED CODE #2
And use this code, to Redirect ONLY a particular post to some other post.

<b:if cond=’data:blog.url == “SPECIFIC_BLOG-POST_URL”‘>

<meta http-equiv=”refresh” content=”3; url=https://bloggerstop.net/” />

</b:if>

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Mandava
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good and it works

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hallosushant
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nice informative posts. thanks

http://hallosushant.blogspot.com

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CrakerLo_Rakero
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AH… I Wanted these for years!! And I didn't ask it XP And these days blogging were too bored.. XD Thanks anyway, might help me in the future~

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4fr1
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thank's for info.

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Dawn Farias
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How simple! Thank you. I'll try this soon.

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Divya Sai
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Yeah that's true, the title sounds a little complicated, but actually the method is really simple.
PS: Redirection of a blog is something not we always do in a blog. So I suggest everybody to bookmark this post to refer to it anytime you want.

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MAHESH
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i love you its working for my blog

http://internetnumber.blogspot.com/

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Sirgey
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Let us test it, interest thing….

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karan
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Good info and i added the code…

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Torrent search engine
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Hi! Thanks for information it's interesting thing and I want to try it as soon as possible.Good job.

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Game reviewer
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Thanks very helpful post! will try it 8-}

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sujeet
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Hi! The interesting thing and I possible.Good job as soon as want to try.

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sujeet
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Hi! The interesting thing and I possible.Good job as soon as want to try.
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sujeet

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KFunC
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I just redirecting my old blog to my new blog…and its 100% working!! Thanks

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jim
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nice informative posts. thanks

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ezany
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is it possible to redirect single post to another blog?

example

post 1 – redirect to blog A
post 2 – redirect to blog B
post 3 – redirect to blog C

i hope you can answer my question, thank you

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Deb
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Hi. I'm hoping to combine three (!) blogs into one. It's my hope that if someone clicks on a link from oldblog1.blogspot.com they'll be taken to the corresponding post to newblog.blogspot.com. In other words, if there is a link on an old Facebook post to oldblog1.blogspot.com/apost, it will go to newblog/blogspot.com/apost.

Is there a generic line of code that would work in the template for that?

Thanks,
Deb

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