I am having trouble with the following.
I have a site in development that has every link on the site pointing to the wrong folder.
example.com/en/home/, a site link goes to
example.com/en/, which throws a 404.
Now the way the system is setup requires server access but I do not have that and information services is backlogged with requests and will take a week.
But I still need to develop the site. So is there a way to have the browser recognize when
example.com/en/ is clicked then automatically redirect it to
example.com/en/home so it bypasses the 404 and I can actually work.
I'm looking for anything that gets the job done.
I am considering developing a Chrome app to do this but that would mean a shit ton of overtime and more work I don't want to do. Is there a easier way of doing this?