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tvientitvienti Posts: 230Member
Hi there. I think I've gotten myself so deep into this question that I'm missing the simple answer. I have scripts that I want to work their magic, then redirect to another page. Obvious example is Login.php...

Do l/p match?
Yes: Redirect to Account/Home.php
No: Display some error message on this page

What's the best method for the redirection? 403 response? Is there a way to do it on the server-side so that the client or their browser doesn't even know there was a redirection? It's not a big deal either way, I'm just curious what the best practice is here.



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