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Nginx : Force Redirect Non-WWW To WWW Domain

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Written by Santosh Prasad

We know how to redirect old domain name to new domain name in Nginx, In this article I will explain how to permanently redirect non-www to www domain for example: looklinux.com to www.looklinux.com.

For good SEO purposes you can easily redirect non-www to www domain using following syntax.

Force Redirect Non-WWW To WWW Domain

Edit the nginx.conf file to force non-www to www domain.

# vim /etc/nginx/nginx.conf

### redirect non-www to www with client code 301 ###
      if ($host = 'looklinux.com' ) {
         rewrite  ^/(.*)$  http://www.looklinux.com/$1  permanent;
      }

Save and close the file.

Reload Nginx

# service nginx relaod

Testing

Open your browser and type the below url:

http://looklinux.com/

It should be redirected to

http://www.looklinux.com/

Thanks:)

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