Category: URL Redirection

Redirecting/forwarding a website – URL redirection

There are different ways for you to redirect a domain to another one or, in general, one URL to another. Most of the available options are explained in this article: 1. Using our URL Redirection tool In your Web Hosting Control Panel you will find the URL Redirection section (Advanced > Admin Tools > URL Redirection), from where …

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What is a Regular Expression?

This field is available only when you select to use a “RedirectMatch directive”. Here you can type a regular expression, which is to be used in your RedirectMatch redirection. Example: (.*).gif$

What is a HTTP status code?

When a request for a page on your site is sent to the server, the server will return an HTTP status code in response. This status code gives information about your site and the requested page. Code 301 (Permanent redirection) – The requested page has been permanently moved to a new location. The requested URL …

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What is a Redirect method and what is the difference?

The URL redirection is an advance feature that allows you to use several directives (methods) for the redirection. Redirect Directive – The Redirect directive maps a requested URL into a new one by asking the web client to re-fetch the resource to the new location. RedirectMatch Directive – The RedirectMatch directive maps a Request-URL into …

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How to set up a URL redirection?

Click the ‘Add Redirection’ button and select a redirection type (ReDirect or RedirectMatch). Then select a hostname from the drop-down menu. If you want to redirect the entire domain, leave the path as it is. If you want to redirect an internal folder, use the browse button and select the desired folder. Once this is …

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