In most cases, a web server running the Apache Web Server software’s behaviour is configured using a htaccess file. A htaccess file is a simple text file that sits in the root directory of a website site and it is used to enable and/or disable Apache’s features and functions, including redirect functionality on a site by site level. That allows for multiple sites on the same server to have different configurations.
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Find out more on how to add 301 redirects with htaccess on Apache or use Redirectly’s bulk 301 redirect generator for htaccess redirects.