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In a SPA, routes are client side rendered, meaning that route changes only correspond to changes in page content. In this post, we dive into enabling predictable redirect rules by diving into enforced and unenforced rules in Netlify's redirects logic.
Kent C. Dodds explains why he migrated from Medium to his own JAMstack site, and shows us his approach to leaving no URL behind. Made possible by Netlify's redirects and serverless functions.
Restricting access to your content is important to keeping your content secure from unauthorized users. In this post, we dive into how to configure role based redirects with Netlify.
Rewrite rules help determine the flow of traffic to your sites. In this post, lets walk through configuring redirect rules with your existing Netlify deploys.
Today, we’re introducing a more structured approach to declaring redirects and header rules for your projects.
You can configure redirects and rewrite rules for your Netlify site by adding a _redirects file to the root of your site folder (note, if you’re running a build command, the _redirects file should end up in the folder you’re deploying. It’s not enough to have on in the root of your …
Netlify Playground will help you validate Netlify configuration files to deploy them with confidence.