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If there is not site at example.com/services/web-development, you can use a redirect to push anything that accesses that URL to the correct place, maybe also use a sitemap.xml to define what Google indexes. Using htaccess in your root level of your web server, how you redirect one page to another is: RewriteRule ^url-string-to-redirect$ http://www.yourdomain....


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It is impossible to redirect HTTPS without a certificate. You cannot redirect with via DNS alone. Even a CNAME record, which is a type of alias, is not a redirect. A CNAME simply says that all requests go to the same IP address as the specified domain name. It is up to the server how to handle those requests. It is the job of the web server to issue ...


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This is not possible without the help of a third party tool/spider/bot that has already crawled these redirects and stored this information (eg. a search engine). At www.example.com you have no way of knowing whether the request arrived via a redirection from example.redirect, since the request comes from the client's machine (user-agent) not example....


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