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  • Setting up a web page redirection in Linux cpanel

    You can setup webpage redirection using Linux control panel, to setup it please check the steps mentioned below:

    * Log into your cPanel, and look for 'Redirects' under Site Management.
    * Put in the current directory into the first box
    * Put the new directory in the second box
    * Choose the type (temporary or permanent)
    * Click 'Add' and you are done.

    To remove it, just choose on the same screen to remove it.
    Last edited by admin; 08-17-2015, 09:56 AM.

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    Re: Setting up a web page redirection in Linux cpanel

    Have you double checked your redirection settings in WHM. We used to be able to use the cPanel Redirects utility to insert just a subdirectory name in the redirect-to field. But now we are forced to insert a whole URL instead. As such, when you insert a URL of this same web site, even though it includes a subdirectory, the apache system will see the domain and evoke the redirect again, thus the infinate loop. I KNOW I can set this up manually via .htaccess, but I need to be able to tell our hosted customers how they can use their cPanel to do this.



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