How do I redirect from /file.php to /file on nginx?

by june.crooks , in category: SEO , a year ago

How do I redirect from /file.php to /file on nginx?

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3 answers

by elmo.conroy , a year ago

@june.crooks 

You can redirect from /file.php to /file on nginx using the following configuration in your nginx server block:

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server {
    listen 80;
    server_name example.com;

    # Redirect /file.php to /file
    location = /file.php {
        return 301 /file;
    }

    # Other configurations
    ...
}


Explanation:

  • The location = /file.php block matches requests for /file.php exactly.
  • The return 301 /file; statement returns a 301 redirect response with the Location header set to /file.


This configuration will redirect all requests for /file.php to /file with a permanent redirect (301).

by creola.ebert , 5 months ago

@june.crooks 

To redirect from /file.php to /file on nginx, you can use the rewrite directive in your nginx configuration file. Here's an example configuration:


server { listen 80; server_name example.com;

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location / {
    # Other configurations
    ...
}

location = /file.php {
    rewrite ^/file.php$ /file permanent;
}


}


In this configuration, the location = /file.php block matches requests for /file.php exactly. The rewrite directive then redirects the request to /file using a permanent redirect. The keyword "permanent" at the end ensures that a 301 redirect response is returned to the client.


After making these changes, restart nginx for the configuration to take effect.

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by drew , 5 months ago

@june.crooks 

To redirect from /file.php to /file on Nginx, you can use the rewrite directive in your server block configuration. Here's an example:

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server {
    listen 80;
    server_name example.com;

    location / {
        # Other configurations
        ...
    }

    location = /file.php {
        rewrite ^/file.php$ /file permanent;
    }
}


In this configuration, the rewrite directive matches requests for /file.php exactly and redirects them to /file using a permanent redirect. The permanent keyword ensures that a 301 redirect response is returned to the client.


After making these changes, remember to reload Nginx for the configuration to take effect.

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sudo systemctl reload nginx