[dancer-users] eliminating duplicate Perl Dancer site (with and without www )

Peter Yardley Peter.Yardley at uts.edu.au
Fri Oct 6 06:16:13 BST 2017


It is usual to use a DNS alias to make both addresses go to the same machine and then use a rewrite and / or a server alias to make the same machine server both sites.

> On 6 Oct 2017, at 4:06 pm, Gabor Szabo <szabgab at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> I am writing on the list as the subject might be relevant to every web
> site owner.
> I've just noticed both http://www.perldancer.org/ and
> http://perldancer.org/ serve the site.
> As far as I understand this is a waste of Google Juice. It is better
> to have only one of them serve the pages and have the other one
> redirect to the one serving.
> e.g.   http://perldancer.org/ serving the content
> and http://www.perldancer.org/ redirecting to http://perldancer.org/
> regards
>   Gabor
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