The Redirects tag in our Knowledge Base covers code needed to redirect the traffic to your site. Check out our tutorials with a variety of methods to assist with redirecting your website.
Troubleshooting: Too Many Redirects
A redirect sends traffic from one URL to another. When moving content from one page to another or changing the permalink structure of a website, redirects are helpful. You can read this article to learn more about the Too Many Redirects error, including what causes it and how to fix it.
How to Set Up Domain Redirects in cPanel
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There are instances when it is necessary to send traffic from one domain or page to another. Knowing how to set up domain redirects in cPanel helps you accomplish this. Send visitors from to one site or page to another URL using this tutorial.
How to Use Linux Pipe for Redirection
A pipe is a form of redirection in Linux used to connect the STDOUT of one command into the STDIN of a second command. It allows us to narrow the output of a string of commands until we have an easily digestible amount of data. The pipe character is the | symbol and is placed between any two commands. Pipes are one of the most used command-line features that Linux has. Every article showing Linux commands will almost inevitably include pipes.
How to Configure a .htaccess Redirect
In this tutorial, we discuss the Apache .htaccess file and the many ways it can be modified and configured to suit your specific needs. We will be reviewing how to configure .htaccess redirects, rewrites, and add other customizations.
Let's say you have decided to change domain names or have one web address on your site that you want to redirect to a completely different location. Using a .htaccess redirects, you can send visitors to the new page or site automatically!
Locating and Editing Your Host File in Windows 10
What is a Hosts File?
The hosts file is a local plain text file that maps servers or hostnames to IP addresses. This file has been in use since the time of ARPANET. It was the original method to resolve hostnames to a specific IP address. The hosts file is usually the first process in the domain name resolution procedure. Here is an example of a hosts file entry.
How to Convert .htaccess Rules to NGINX Directives
NGINX is a web server that is becoming an increasingly popular option for web hosting, as sixteen percent of all sites on the internet are utilizing NGINX. This percentage is constantly increasing as clients require a web server that can serve content faster. It can also be used for proxies, reverse proxies, load balancing, and more depending on what modules you load onto NGINX. One of the significant differences between Apache (a popular webserver) and NGINX is the way each system handles access rules. If you are familiar with using .htaccess rules in Apache, then the method that NGINX uses of including directives in the server's vhost block will be a substantial change.
How to Redirect URLs Using NGINX
What is a Redirect?
A redirect is a web server function that will redirect traffic from one URL to another. Redirects are an important feature when the need arises. There are several different types of redirects, but the more common forms are temporary and permanent. In this article, we will provide some examples of redirecting through the vhost file, forcing a secure HTTPS connection, redirection to www and non-www as well as the difference between temporary and permanent redirects.
Understanding the Default WordPress .htaccess
When maintaining a WordPress site you may find yourself attempting things that normally would work and find that they have unexpected results. This is usually due to how WordPress' default .htaccess rules manipulate the configurations and provide 'pretty permalinks'.
How to Configure a Htaccess Redirect
Say you have decided to change domain names, or you have one address on your site that you want to redirect to a completely different location. Using htaccess redirects you can send visitors to the new site automatically!
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