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  1. I am attempting to use a meta tag to redirect someone if they attempt to go to a specified number of pages. Problem is these pages are pdf files so I cant really add some code to that. Anyway I decided to use a javascript file and import React and ReactDOM from the JS Library. I simply don't know what I am doing wrong with this code though. If anyone could help that would be amazing! import React from 'react'; import ReactDOM from 'react-dom'; String[] Directory = {"A", "Bunch", "Of", "Website", "Directories", "Here"}; if (window.location.href = "Website name here" + Directory)) { Rea
  2. I'm looking for directives that help solving the problem of redirecting a not existing subdomain towards the www subdomain. I know/guess .htaccess is used, but cant figure out how. My present situation is that existing subdomains are redirected well. I adjusted virtual hosts in this way: <VirtualHost *:80> ServerName mysite.dev ServerAlias mysite.dev *.mysite.dev DocumentRoot X:/wamp/www/TestVirtHost/ <Directory "X:/wamp/www/TestVirtHost/"> Options +Indexes +FollowSymLinks +MultiViews AllowOverride All Require local </Directory> <
  3. Hi there, Just about to do some redirects and wanted to make sure I was doing it correctly... the old hosting domain old-domain.com, is going to be forwarding to the new hosting domain, new-domain.com. Would I write the rule as follows: Redirect 301 /page-name/ http://www.newdomain.com/page-name or would I have to include the old domain in front of the page name as well? Redirect 301 http://www.old-domain.com/page-name/ http://www.new-domain.com/page-name Thanks
  4. HI: I have a responsive web design with links to pages at another website, which is a site that is NOT mine. However, the pages at the other site have 2 different URLs. For example: (www.thispage.com/page-1.html or www.m.thispage.com/home.html, as a reference to a mobile page) . In other words, one link at the other site is for desktop viewers and the other link is for mobile users, but all links meant for desktop users are redirected and go directly to their home page (not to the mobile equivalent page). If a user at my website clicks on a link to their website from a mobile device, t
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