delete the index.html file (and put a index.php file in there instead) or rename index.html to index.php
alternately, you can put a redirect script in whatever file it is going to, which will redirect any browser that hits that file immediately to wherever you want them to go. (I'm currently using one to redirect from onet.frih.net/index.html to equinedream.org/index.php)
Just look it up online, and you'll easily find a ready-made java redirect script.
There shouldn't be a need for a .htaccess file if the host is Frihost. If you delete the index.html it will automatically redirect to index.php.
Thank everyone. Deleting the .html file worked. Thanks again.
It is easy redirect page to page but, how I am read, this is not good for SEO. For search engines are better to remove index.html (first rvec sugestion). Also, I am not sure, but maybe you can in CP or DA to use ad domain to send users from different domains on your current index.php.
I set a global variale in index.php then, at the head of each other page, I check to see whether that variable is set. If it isn't, I redirect to index.php in case tries to go directly there bypassing the index page. Simple but effective.
You could always use a domain pointer to point your .com domain to the .org, then remove the .com from your website directories entirely. Or a .htaccess redirect. Those are the two best solutions, it just depends on whether you want visitors to .com to see ".com" (in which case the former is better) or ".org" (in which case the latter is better) in their address bar.
you can used ht access rewrite to make change everything traffic into 1 it also improve your seo