How To: Redirecting blocked users to another page

In our previous blog post we talked about custom block pages. Following that post we received a question about how to redirect blocked users to a domain or page.

Rawstream supports any valid HTML content as a block page, including Javascript. Using Javascript it is very simple to redirect users:

Block Page Redirect

 

Block Page tags are supported. The below example redirects the user to a page, appending the domain that was blocked to the URL.

Block page redirect with custom tag

One final example: show the block page for 3 seconds and then redirect:

Block Page Redirect after timeout

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