A redirect automatically sends your website's visitors to a chosen destination, either a different location within the same site or a new site entirely. For example, you can redirect visitors from your domain root to a content sub-directory, such as a blog.
Content (files and folders) under the redirect path can be redirected to the destination domain root or the same path on the destination domain or not redirected at all.
Redirect a Web Page Using Meta Tag
To add meta tags in a web page, you need to edit the <head> section of the HTML file. There are two methods you can use to edit HTML files
<title>HTML Meta Tag</title>
<meta http-equiv = "refresh" content = "3; url = http://www.example.com" />
<p>Redirecting to another URL</p>
var url= "http://www.example.com";
window.location = url;