Support » Plugin: Redirection » Secondary and Tertiary domains mapped to their own pages

  • Resolved chrisrom

    (@chrisrom)


    Hello,

    Thank you for an awesome plugin! I’m already using it for a few use cases, it works wonders!

    I have a new redirection need. I need to figure out a way to map a secondary and tertiary domain to a few specific pages in my WordPress installation:

    – domain1.com (main domain of the WordPress installation)
    – domain2.com -> should passthrough content of /page2
    – domain3.com -> should passthrough content of /page3

    I’ve tried the “URL and server” feature, but it doesn’t seem to work. This is the the rule I’ve tried:
    ———–
    Source URL: /
    Query Parameters: Ignore & pass parameters to the target
    Match: URL and server
    Server: https://domain2.com
    When matched: Pass-through
    Matched Target: /page2
    ———–

    This is a clean WordPress install, I don’t have any cache plugins etc.

    Thank you!
    Chris

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  • Thread Starter chrisrom

    (@chrisrom)

    Also, I use Cloudflare for all my domains

    Plugin Author John Godley

    (@johnny5)

    The plugin is not designed for the purpose of mapping domains. You may be able to use server rewrites instead

    Thread Starter chrisrom

    (@chrisrom)

    Thank you John! After spending some time fiddling with it I started to realize this, thanks for confirming it here.

    I manage to achieve what I want by setting custom HTTP headers on the two domains within Cloudflare; “tagging” all the traffic for the specific domains. Then it was just a matter of creating a few Redirection rules that use the “URL and HTTP header” matching mode, and voilá.

    Works perfectly so far!

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