WordPress by definition performs automatic saves of each post being currently edited and also, for each post update, it creates a revision. This enlarges database and sometimes can make life a little bit harder, because both WordPress and browser can get a little bit wako on any of these mechanisms. So, here is a quick way of disabling these features.
This post is based on Revision Management in Wrodpress Codex. Refer to it for details.
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To redirect user to another page directly in browser (without using server-side and HTTP error codes) one just have to add this to
<head> section of HTML document:
<meta http-equiv="refresh" content="x; url=http://.../strona.html"/>
This is just to remind me, what to use in this case. Nothing more.
This site is currently in import mode. I'm importing all my posts from external sources. Anything strange may happen here, until this process is over (and this notice is removed).
Posts import in progress...