Note: This solutions calls for the use of a Content Editor Web Part. As I have stated in previous posts, I am not too happy with the way SharePoint 2010 might change the code I put on Content Editor Web Parts. To prevent SharePoint from changing my code, I usually upload a TXT file to a document library on the site and I reference the file from the Content Editor Web Part.
2. Add a Content Editor Web Part on the page
3. Edit the Content Editor Web Part properties, remove chrome, rename the web part to something more meaningful than 'Content Editor' (such as, Redirect), and make any other changes as applicable to your own situation
4. Select the Content Editor Web Part Click here to add new content link
5. Locate the HTML icon within the Markup section of the ribbon, select it, and then select Edit HTML Source
6. Type in (or copy and paste) the code below in the HTML Source web page dialog that displays
<meta http-equiv="refresh" content="10;url=https://www.sharepointbinder.com">
7. Select [OK] and save the page.
The script above is set up to redirect after 10 seconds. Modified this setting to your own needs.
Remember to also replace the URL above with the appropriate destination URL that applies to your particular situation.