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1 url and 2 home pages?


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I have one url registered for a small rental business of mine and that url brings you to the home page for that business.
I would like a separate home page to feature a vehicle I'm trying to sell. How do I set up that page to be directly accessible on the internet without going to the business home page.
Tried a / following the url with the page title following that. Didn't work.

I'm using Dreamweaver 8
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Not sure if I understand exactly what you are trying yo do, but here is my take. You have 2 "home pages":

1) index.html
2) index2.html

The first one would be your regular page that shows up on a normal basis. In case of a special promotion you are preparing index2.html with the content to display and then add some forwarder code to the head section of your index.html. E.g.:

Code:
<meta http-equiv="REFRESH" content="0;url=http://www.your-domain.com/index2.html">
The number right before that URL is a delay in seconds.

In order to have people see your index.html page again, you simply have to remove that line again.

Hope that helps!

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