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MacGoose 19th November 2011 23:12

SEO Redirect visual "bug"
 
I love the new SEO Redirect non-www -> www

Anyhow, it redirects from mydomain.com to www.mydomain.com//

It somehow adds two trailing slashes

I'd say it's not how it visually should be

Thanx!

, MacGoose

falko 20th November 2011 15:57

Do you use 3.0.4 Final or the beta? As far as I remember, this was a bug in the Beta and was fixed in the final version.

MacGoose 20th November 2011 16:08

Oh sorry for not including this in my original post.

As far as I know I'm using the Final version. Downloaded 3.0.4 yesterday. No upgrading. Downloaded and installed on a clean system.

falko 21st November 2011 11:01

I've added this to our bugtracker, so we'll check it.

defconjuan 11th April 2014 15:43

SEO Redirect
 
Okay—and yes, I own the manual and am using the latest stable—I still cannot get domain.com to always redirect to www.domain.com and perhaps I'm doing it wrong. Here's my settings:

http://ft.trillian.im/fb2f2fe3010399...fj2xL1KaqG.jpg

Aliasdomain: domain.com
Parent Website: www.domain.com
Redirect Type: [Null/None Selected]
Redirect Path: [Null/None Selected]
Auto-Subdomain: None
SEO Redirect domain.tld => www.domain.tld
Active: checked

And yes, the parent website www.domain.com exists and it's DNS settings are correct. The goal is a clean 301 N,R redirect from domain.com to www.domain.com. I usually do this with some apache directives and mod-rewrite but that's a heavy handed solution for this if the control panel has the functionality.

till 11th April 2014 18:03

There are no known issues in that function in current ispconfig releases.

Quote:

I usually do this with some apache directives and mod-rewrite but that's a heavy handed solution for this if the control panel has the functionality.
The controlpanel does the same. Take a look at the vhost file.

defconjuan 11th April 2014 18:46

thanks for the quick reply
 
But to be clear, with what I'm trying to accomplish, my depicted settings would be correct yes?

till 11th April 2014 19:07

Your setup is a bit too complicated. Normally you would set it up like this:

website: domain.tld
auto subdomain: www
Seo redirect on the redirect tab of the website: domain.tld => www.domain.tld

thats all. A alias domain is not required here.

defconjuan 11th April 2014 19:15

Ahhhhh. Okay, let's try that out. Thanks again.


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