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How do I redirect my site using a .htaccess file?

By Creaky · Oct 11, 2015 ·
  1. Creaky
    This document will explain how to create a .htaccess file to redirect your site or site content. This will not redirect any emails for your domains.
    1. Create an empty text file using a text editor such as notepad, and save it as htaccess.txt.[/*]
    2. If using a text editor, be sure to save the file as plain text.[/*]
    3. Edit the contents of the file. Check the following examples:[/*]
    Point an entire site to a different URL, such as domain.net redirected to domain.com:
    # This allows you to redirect your entire website to any other domain Redirect 301 / http://example.com/
    Redirect index.html to a specific subfolder:
    # This allows you to redirect index.html to a specific subfolder Redirect /index.html http://example.com/newdirectory/
    Redirect an old file to a new file path:
    # Redirect old file path to new file path Redirect /olddirectory/oldfile.html http://example.com/newdirectory/newfile.html
    Redirect to a specific index page:
    # Provide Specific Index Page (Set the default handler) DirectoryIndex index.html
    The definitive guide on Apache directives that can be used in .htaccess files can be found here: http://httpd.apache....s/mod/core.html.

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