I have two domains.
I want to make it so that when you type in the second domain. The browser redirects to the following “Revivify - A reverse metroidvania”(3).
Much the same as the redirect you likely have in place (can only guess as you haven’t posted the contents)
https://example.com https://example.org/some/path 301!
! at the end of the
301 forces the redirect even if there is content.
I have tried this and it does not work:
https://revivifygame.com https://itsmo.co.uk/revivify 301!
This gets redirected to itmo .co.uk. Somehow it ignores the “/revivify”.
It appears to be working fine.
Partially correct. I just realised that it works differently in different browsers:
With Edge and Safari(on my Iphone) it works fine.
With Firefox and Chrome it redirects to itsmo.co.uk but not …/revivify.html.
What could this be and how can I fix this?
Hey @mza299 , it looks like the redirect is not for the domain hosted by Netlify. If you check the domain settings for your site, you will see that we are hosting www.revivifygame.com (note the “WWW” in front).
If you change your redirect rule as follows:
https://www.revivifygame.com https://itsmo.co.uk/revivify 301!
then things should work as expected. Please let us know if that does not work and we can go from there.
Thank you for your help. This solved the isssue. yipeeee.