There are some situations, where we need to place re-directs in SharePoint pages. OK.. How to do that?
How to redirect a SharePoint page?
This will redirect to another page. If you want to stop the redirect, use “?noredirect=true” in the URL. E.g. “https://yourdomain.sharepoint.com/sites/YourSite/default.aspx?noredirect=true”. You can use SharePoint’s native method also:
SharePoint redirect page in 5 seconds
OK. How do I edit this page again? Because It doesn’t me to allow editing, it redirects me on the fly… Well, you have to go to the web part maintenance page (Just append ?contents=1 at the end of the URL in the browser!) and remove this web part, edit again add the web part with changes!
Generally, for performance reasons, it’s a good idea to place redirects at ISA/Publishing server level. Or at least in IIS Level.
SharePoint redirect before page load
The main disadvantage over the above methods is delay! We’ve to wait until the web part loads. What we can do to mitigate the delay is: Take-off all content from default.aspx and place the below code in it (via SPD):
If you want a entire site to be redirected, consider: Redirect to another site collection in SharePoint