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Allow: * should actually be be Allow: /. That could be the issue... because, really, using Allow: is somewhat meaningless by itself -- its purpose is for allowing a sub-path within a denied path. As it stands, it seems possible that your file is being misinterpreted. Anything not denied is supposed to be implicitly allowed. If you want to allow ...


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Figured it out - in have two buckets in S3 - mydomain.com and www.mydomain.com. mydomain.com is where the site is, and I set www.mydomain.com to redirect to mydomain.com.s3-website-ap-southeast1.amazonaws.com... I moved the files to www.mydomain.com and removed the redirect.


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The reason you see a 301 in your curl is because www.mydomain.com redirects to mydomain.com from the S3 endpoint for www.mydomain.com. This is a common configuration when using S3 for your static website. The question is how do you have mydomain.com configured in your DNS zone at Namecheap? If the browser is displaying the S3 url I can only assume that the ...



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