I'm a Christian, a designer, and a gadget fan who lives in Cheltenham, UK.

This is my blog, a creative outlet to mess around and play with as well as a place that logs my thoughts and inspirations.

Switched the domain of my blog this morn­ing from philbowell.com to philbowell.blog. Think I’ve man­aged to trans­fer every­thing all ok, and got the redi­rect work­ing fine.
Won­der­ing if there’s a way to only redi­rect pages beyond the home page. I’d quite like to make the .com a bit of an index to point peo­ple to either my port­fo­lio or my blog depend­ing on what they’re look­ing for. Some­thing for anoth­er time for now.

7 responses

  1. @philbowell Just a bit of expla­na­tion: That should redi­rect any­thing with 4 dig­its (eg: /2018/..., just going off how your blog URLs work) to your .blog url, assum­ing the URL stays the same. Using 301, as the file has moved per­ma­nent­ly to the new blog address (search engines/crawlers will remem­ber that, rather than keep try­ing your .com address).

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