Is it possible to do paths redirects on
wordpress.com (not a locally hosted wordpress) without using the VIP membership.
I'm hosting some content on asciinema, this generates random URLs for you. I want to be able to link to this content while still being able to update it, so I need a level of indirection.
The normal solution to this is path redirects, but wordpress.com helpfully forces you to use their DNS servers for performance reasons. Is it possible to get their DNS to do path redirects?
I found this link here which refers to wordpress vip (https://vip.wordpress.com/documentation/vip/) and important as my 6 page wordpress page is, I don't think it justifies VIP membership.
I understand that it may be possible to mirror wordpresses DNS entries on your own nameserver... but this seems like effort.
I could of course use a different domain name (possibly a subdomain) and then have my own DNS for this (possibly from, say, cloudflare). Does wordpress support
NS entries? I understand that cloudflare supports path redirects? update: Irritatingly it looks like wordpress.com does nut support assigning NS records through their web interfaces (wordpress.com path redirects) - this precludes using a third party for path redirection since it tends to be DNS providers who provide this service. A brief search failed to find any providers that would provide an endpoint (A record) that did redirection