Sander @ March 16, 2023 at 4:49 pm

404 Fallback comes to Lamb

I've added a 404 fallback feature to Lamb. What this means is that if you request a URL that doesn't exist on your Lamb instance, it will redirect to the same relative path on the domain you have provided in the configuration, if you enabled this feature.

This means you can move your site from example.com to say 2023.example.com and then set that as the 404 fallback url and you will not lose any SEO traffic! Here's an example! #lamb #projects

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