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by Talented
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In Nginx, you can accomplish most redirects with the built-in rewrite directive but, rather than edit the NginX config directly, I'd like to use an HTTP redirection function to point one domain or address to another, in a similar way as its done already in Webinoly with other types of redirects.

Something like `sudo site <from:domain> <to:domain> <-redirect-301> OR <-redirect-302>`

Does that make sense to you?


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by Expert

Hi Terence,

Actually, this is scheduled to be released in our next major release (v1.10.0) in December, three new awesome new features will be included:

  • Redirection manager
  • Backups to S3
  • Staging sites
Best regards.
by Talented
OMG, that’s awesome. All my Christmases have come at once. Excellent news!
by Talented
Yes! Looking forward to this. Especially staging and S3 backups will be great features.
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