You want to redirect one page from your website to a new domain but you don’t know how to do it? Follow our step-by-step guide and discover the simplest procedure to redirect one web page to new URL!
The Process of Redirecting One Web Page to a New Domain
The process of redirecting one web page to a new domain is not the easiest thing in the world, especially, if you aren’t familiar with the steps. This type of redirect may be complicated and if it is not done right it may cause additional complications.
You can find many online tutorials that explain the procedure of redirection, but sometimes they are confusing as well. So, that is why we’ve decided to help you by presenting you the simplest way to redirect one web page to a completely new domain. Let’s start!
This process should be done in the .htaccess file of a website. We highly advise all individuals who don’t have any experience in the .htaccess file to just copy what is already in the file to a document, in case the website to go blank. The website can go blank if you make a certain mistake, So, to avoid any complications just copy everything from the file and in case the website goes blank you can paste everything back in. If you want, you can invest in a daily backup of the website. This way you will be more secure.
Helpful Instruction to Use
The example we are going to use would be for imaginary pages:
The web page is: http://www.current-website.co.uk/redirecting-page/
and will redirect to this domain http://www.new-website.com/target-page/
Here is what you need to remember:
- Open the .htaccess file of the website and add this “RewriteEngineOn”. The code you need to enter is RewriteRule ^redirecting-page/$ http://www.new-website.com/target-page/ [R=301]
Please keep in mind that you need to write the whole URL for the target website including http://. Also, if the redirecting web age ends in .html you need to replace that with a backslash.
So, if the web page was for example: http://www.current-website.co.uk/redirecting-page.html, in the Rewrite rule it should look like ^redirectingpage\html$.
A Final Word
We hope that now you are able and more secure to redirect one web page to a completely different domain. If you need additional assistance, get in touch with your domain registrar or web hosting service provider.
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