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jump page

A web page that used to redirect visitors when a website’s URL has changed.
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For those with access to the Wi-Fi finder, a splash page is presented to them that encourages them to enable the feature so Facebook can "build a history of precise locations received through your device.
The invitation to Danny Lyon's unmissable retrospective at the Whitney this summer might read, concisely, "Welcome to Bleak Beauty," as does the splash page of the artist's website.
Huggins has added a variety of rich content to his splash page, making it appealing and informative for potential and current clients alike.
by Cass Sunstein This January 30, 2014 file photo taken in Washington,DC, shows the splash page for the social media internet site Facebook.
Most of the loopy story is presented in four-panel comics, similar to the structure of Japanese "4-koma" manga, only with the occasional artistic splash page.
One quirk of the interface is that a search launched from the splash page (news now.
By placing the ABA Connect icon on their website, the member bank enables its employees to go directly to the ABA Connect splash page (aba.
New authentication methods including SMS-based splash page sign-on
Just as with other Amazon products, once a consumer clicks on a card he or she will be taken to a splash page where there will be an image of the card along with marketing information from the credit union or bank at the top and links to consumer reviews of the card down below.
The splash page displays a signup for those interested in getting the news when the site is officially launched, the Daily Telegraph reported.
The site's splash page focuses on Nassau County's history of innovation, which it says translates to a competitive edge for high-tech businesses, including aerospace and defense, homeland security, life sciences and others.
The second splash page is the title pages and is a 'double splash' or 'two-page spread'.