Hi Gang, I'll agree that moved content is a good reason for a redirect, I think there are some other valid functional uses as well. * After the user clicks a 'log out' link, they get a 'thank you' page ... and then (after a few seconds) a redirect to the main menu. Of course, you could just put a link on the 'thank you' and let them sit there admiring your 'thank you' as long as they want instead. Those redirects don't bother me - I think it's a good use. [Maybe there should be one when logging out of the evolt phpadmin page instead of that yucky popup -> cancel -> error message?] ;-) * After form submission containing sensitive information. For users on public | shared machines - they wouldn't want the next user to back into their form and cc information. There might be better ways to do this, but my impression was that redirects were a popular use here. RonL.