Refreshing a page or application means reloading it to update its content. This is often necessary if the page or application has changed since it was last loaded or if there is a problem displaying the content. In a web browser, you can usually refresh a page by clicking the Refresh button in the toolbar or pressing the F5 key on your keyboard. In some applications you may need to use a different method to update the content, such as: B. by clicking a refresh button or selecting an refresh option from the menu. Updating a page or application can also help fix errors or issues that may be causing it to not work properly. Reload an existing page or redirect it after a certain time.
<meta http-equiv="Refresh" content="0; url=https://domain.com" />