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htaccess Redirects in Gatsby

If you want to host your Gatsby output with Apache, you can use a .htaccess file to have redirects processed server side. This plugin builds that file for you.

Options

The plugin accepts a prefix and suffix option which get prepended and appended to the built .htaccess file respectively.

Here’s an example:

{
  resolve: `gatsby-plugin-htaccess-redirects`,
  options: {
    prefix: "<IfModule mod_rewrite.c>\nRewriteEngine On",
    suffix: "</IfModule>",
  },
},

Advanced Options

By default the plugin will build one line per redirect like this:

RewriteRule ^from-path/?$ /to-path/ [R=301,L]

In apache2 this should cause a redirect from either /from-path or /from-path/ to /to-path/. This is built from the pattern RewriteRule ^%1/?$ %2 [R=%3,L]. This pattern receives the following replacements:

  • %1 -> fromPath (with the leading and trailing slashes removed)
  • %2 -> toPath (guaranteed to have a leading and trailing slash)
  • %3 -> Either 302 or 301 if isPermanent is false or true respectively

The option is called pattern and can be set like prefix and suffix.

Notes

It’s currently untested (although expected to work) with a pathPrefix. Please let us know in an issue if you test this and it works (or doesn’t).


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