https://www.foobar.omg.lol you get:
Error code: SSL_ERROR_INTERNAL_ERROR_ALERT
https://www.foobar.omg.lol should redirect to
Steps to Reproduce
In your browser go to either
I noticed this is the behavior for the base domain (omg.lol).
Browser: FireFox v116.0.3
Unless I’m mistaken, this is something that can only be configured in the server settings (Nginx, Apache, etc).
You can actually knock this out right now! Here’s how:
- First, go to your address’s DNS page and add an
A record for
www that points to
220.127.116.11. (You can set the TTL to whatever you like, though maybe go with something lower like
300 while testing this.)
- Next, head over to your address’s Switchboard page. Scroll to the bottom and add
www.arkhamcookie.omg.lol as an External Domain.
- After submitting that, check your external domain routes list — if you see
www.arkhamcookie.omg.lol listed as “needing help”, just wait a little bit and refresh the page every now and then. Once the DNS stuff is caught up, that message will vanish and you’ll be able to configure the route.
- Finally, set the route to Redirect to a URL and plop in
Presto, you’ve configured your very own server-side redirect for www to the non-www version of your profile page!
Let me know if you run into any issues with the setup, or if you have any other questions.
Maybe I’m missing something but I can’t seem to get it redirecting properly.
I can’t get my computer atm, so the screenshots are from my phone.
Resolved thanks to help from @adam in the IRC/Discord.