How to redirect your website to a new domain/location in .htaccess

Apache: How to redirect your website to a new domain/location in .htaccess

If you need to move domains and want to 301 redirect all old URLs to the new domain/location, use the following .htaccess code

  1. Redirect 301 / http://your-new-domain.com/

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