I need to create some new content which is the user getting their request routed to another site w/o them needing to know the ugly final URL. The user URL needs to be the simple easy to recall string, for example,
So, I need to have a URL such as
http://example.com/snappy redirect to something like
https://example.org/64g9sd3k96bhse38gmjdute.html. If I were to use the technique I have used in the past I would create
/snappy/index.html on the
<meta HTTP-EQUIV="REFRESH" content="0; url=https://example.org/64g9sd3k96bhse38gmjdute.html">
In this case though, I have a new situation where my
example.com is hosted on
cloversites.com which has "Websites made for people not programmers." They have such a canned system that the
index.html cannot be created with the
meta tag. I do have servers that can host web pages. I cannot move the existing
cloversites.com content at this time.
I am looking for an out-of-the-box solution until all of the existing content can be moved in house.