I’m looking to permanently redirect from to .amplifydonations.com to
amplifydonations.io. I have followed the tutorial for 301 redirects and added a proxied A record on to .com DNS setting pointing to the correct IP address (.io address) but it will not allow me to add a www. A record, I am receiving the follow error message “A CNAME record with that host already exists. (Code: 81054)”
Can you advise?
What type of record you have in this situation does not matter. What is important is that there is a DNS record for the source hostname, and that the record is
The error message is because you cannot have (for example) an A and a
CNAME record for the
www.amplifydonations.com at the same time. If there is already a
CNAME in place, just make sure it is .
Right now you have a circular redirect in place on
Hi Michael, thanks for your help. I have now changed the existing www
CNAME record tp .
Can you explain what you man by circular redirect? I’m looking to 301 it to
Right now all requests get a 301 to the same Url that was requested:
% curl https://amplifydonations.com/redirectme -o /dev/null --dump-header - --silent | egrep -i '^HTTP|^Location'
OK - can you advise how I change this to redirect to .IO address ?
Presuming you followed the tutorial, your Page rule should have the
.io domain as the destination in your Page Rule.
This tutorial covers redirecting one domain to another. For this, we will be redirecting domainA.com to domainB.com.
The following settings need to be configured under the domain you are redirecting from, in this example, this is domainA.com
Step 1, The DNS Record:
The first thing you will need is a DNS record for @, www and any other subdomains you want to redirect, set to
. This can point to any IP address as the redirection page rule will execute first. I would recommend pointing…
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