.htaccess, 301 redirects, and Directing domains

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  1. tenix

    tenix Newbie

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    I'm looking for a way to direct visitors to a site, then another site and a third site, but only when it's coming from the first site.

    For example, I send visitors to:
    DomainA.com/test, which then redirects to
    DomainB.com/test, which then redirects to
    yahuu.com/test

    If a user goes to DomainB.com/test they see a normal webpage, but when they are forwarded by DomainA.com/test they are instantly sent to yahuu.com/test

    Is that possible?
     
  2. Stacked4Life

    Stacked4Life Regular Member

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    I doubt it my man...
     
  3. iautomate

    iautomate Newbie

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    Cant you just have the traffic from the first domain forward directly to thethird domain?
     
  4. domainmadness

    domainmadness Senior Member

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    Yes it's possible with something like this - not tested this piece of code.

     
  5. nycdude

    nycdude Power Member

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    Wouldn't a 301 redirect from DomainA directly to yahuu, and no redirect at all for DomainB be better ... actually the only way to do that?
     
  6. domainmadness

    domainmadness Senior Member

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    There's sometimes need to do it this way ;)

    And no, it's not the only way.
     
  7. tenix

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    Right, if I do a 301 from DomainA to DomainB and a 301 from DomainB to yahuu that would work, but any visitor that went to DomainB would also be 301 redirected, I only want people who came from DomainA
     
  8. CyberAlien

    CyberAlien Power Member

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    Using PHP to match the referrer like domainmadness suggested is the only way I can think of doing it. If you explain why you're doing this, you could get a bit better answers though ;)