When setting up a redirect in admin.savvii.nl, the Reqeust_URI is placed in the redirect path. The request_uri is the part of a URL behind the domain. Because of the this the server adds the URI, which is placed behind the redirecting domain, to the new domain. For example:


You can redirect from redirectdomain.com/for/example to thedomain.com/for/example. Without the Request_URI redirectdomain.com/for/example the redirect would go to thedomain.com/ without anything behind it. 


When setting the redirect we use {request_uri} in the path. You can place it anywhere instead of the last / (the request URI always starts with a /). So it you would want to redirect redirectdomain.com/for/example to thedomain.com/new/for/example you use the path /new{request_uri}


Example

If you have got the domains maindomain.com and redirectdomain.eu. and you want to redirect redirectdomain.eu to maindomain.com/en, you could use request_uri like this:


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If you set it up like this, visitors for 'redirectdomain.eu/contact/' will be redirected to 'maindomain.com/en/contact/'.


Please note:

- If you leave 'Redirect to path' empty, the request_uri is used in the redirect.

- If you don't want to use the request_uri, you can simply put a / (forward slash) in 'Redirect to path'.

- The request uri always starts with a / (forward slash). So make sure you don't put a / directly in front of {request_uri}.