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JS-Redirection-Mobile-Site - JS to handle the redirection to the mobile version of your site

  •    Javascript

redirection_mobile.js is a utility script that covers a basic scenario for redirecting your website to a mobile verison through JavaScript. It also covers the scenario where a user wants to access the Desktop version of the site from a mobile device (sometimes the desktop version has more functionality).

Simple Redirect Module for DotNetNuke

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This module allows content editors in DotNetNuke to have a simple and easy way to properly redirect incoming URLs that are incorrectly indexed by search engines.

SharePoint 2010 User Redirect

  •    CSharp

Consists of a Web Part and Site Settings page that allows users to be redirected to a specific page within the site collection based on their SharePoint Group.

mdn.io - The "I'm feeling lucky" URL shortener

  •    HCL

The Mozilla Developer Network is an awesome JavaScript resource. When looking for JavaScript references on something like Function.apply, you might Google "apply site:developer.mozilla.org" and click the first result. mdn.io does that for you, and can be configured to search any domain.




hexo-broken-link-checker - Detects links that don't work, missing images and redirects.

  •    Javascript

This is a hexo plugin which detects links that don't work, missing images and redirects. And enable the plugin in your _config.yml.

ntee - Portable Unix shell command 'tee', with some extras - read from standard input and write to standard output and files

  •    Javascript

Portable Unix shell command tee, with some extras - read from standard input and write to standard output and files. -i/--ignore-interrupts will prevent CTRL+C from killing ntee. Won't work on windows.

hub - Web hub based on Wikidata

  •    Javascript

This is a Web hub: it let's you craft URLs to go from an origin to a destination on the web, at the condition that you provide enough information on those points to be identified within Wikidata. It works primarly around Wikimedia sites, but given the amount Wikidata knows about the web at large, it can get you pretty far! And if you don't know where you want to go, that's ok too: this will just bring you to the closest Wikipedia article. The separation between the origin and the destination is expressed in the URL by the ?: everything before the ? aims to identify the origin, everything after identifies the destination.