To redirect users to your root '/index.html' page for URLs that no longer exist, you can utilize the `.htaccess` file on your web server. This file allows you to configure various server settings and handle URL redirections. Here's an example of how you can set up redirects using the `.htaccess` file:
1. Create or edit the `.htaccess` file: Open a text editor and create a new file named `.htaccess`. If you already have an existing `.htaccess` file, you can edit that instead.
2. Add the redirect rules: Inside the `.htaccess` file, you can specify the redirect rules using the following format: ``` Redirect 301 /old-url /index.html ``` The `301` indicates that it's a permanent redirect, and `/old-url` should be replaced with the specific URL path you want to redirect from. `/index.html` should be replaced with the destination URL you want to redirect to.
3. Save the file: Save the `.htaccess` file and upload it to the root directory of your website using FTP or any file transfer method supported by your web hosting provider.
Once the `.htaccess` file is in place, any incoming requests for the URLs you specified in the redirect rules will be redirected to your root '/index.html' page.
Here's an example with multiple redirect rules: ``` Redirect 301 /encyclopedia/ /index.html Redirect 301 /directory/ /index.html Redirect 301 /Currency_board /index.html Redirect 301 /administrator/ /index.html Redirect 301 /admin.php /index.html ```
In this example, all requests to '/encyclopedia/', '/directory/', '/Currency_board', '/administrator/', and '/admin.php' will be redirected to '/index.html'.
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