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Redirect not obeying front page urlURL

Drupal version: 8.3.7

We are using this module for our redirection for 404's and manually created redirects.

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The site has a number of pages translated for the USAmerican audience.

  We added a redirect today for a page and simply pointed the redirect url to <front>. The referring urlURL is http://www.example.com/when-to-go/october

 . In the General siteGeneral site settings, the front page is set to /homepage. (A Basic page for this existsA Basic page for this exists.)

Now when going to "http://www.example.com/when-to-go/october" it send you, the users are redirected to http://www.example.com/en-us which gives a "The page isn't redirecting properly"The page isn't redirecting properly error.

TwoThere are two issues with this:

  1. It should have simply sent the browser to "/homepage" which is what is set to.
  2. If we wanted the US version then it should have used "en-US" not "en-us", Drupal seems to be treating this as case sensitive.
  • It should simply send users to /homepage, which is what is set to

  • If we wanted the American version, then it should use en-US not en-us; Drupal seems to be treating this as case sensitive

Redirect not obeying front page url

Drupal version: 8.3.7

We are using this module for our redirection for 404's and manually created redirects.

The site has a number of pages translated for the US audience.

  We added a redirect today for a page and simply pointed the redirect url to <front>. The referring url is http://www.example.com/when-to-go/october

  In the General site settings the front page is set to /homepage (A Basic page for this exists)

Now when going to "http://www.example.com/when-to-go/october" it send you to http://www.example.com/en-us which gives a "The page isn't redirecting properly" error

Two issues with this:

  1. It should have simply sent the browser to "/homepage" which is what is set to.
  2. If we wanted the US version then it should have used "en-US" not "en-us", Drupal seems to be treating this as case sensitive.

Redirect not obeying front page URL

We are using this module for our redirection for 404's and manually created redirects.
The site has a number of pages translated for the American audience. We added a redirect today for a page and simply pointed the redirect url to <front>. The referring URL is http://www.example.com/when-to-go/october. In the General site settings, the front page is set to /homepage. (A Basic page for this exists.)

Now when going to http://www.example.com/when-to-go/october, the users are redirected to http://www.example.com/en-us which gives a The page isn't redirecting properly error.

There are two issues:

  • It should simply send users to /homepage, which is what is set to

  • If we wanted the American version, then it should use en-US not en-us; Drupal seems to be treating this as case sensitive

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Redirect not obeying front page url

Drupal version: 8.3.7

We are using this module for our redirection for 404's and manually created redirects.

The site has a number of pages translated for the US audience.

We added a redirect today for a page and simply pointed the redirect url to <front>. The referring url is http://www.example.com/when-to-go/october

In the General site settings the front page is set to /homepage (A Basic page for this exists)

Now when going to "http://www.example.com/when-to-go/october" it send you to http://www.example.com/en-us which gives a "The page isn't redirecting properly" error

Two issues with this:

  1. It should have simply sent the browser to "/homepage" which is what is set to.
  2. If we wanted the US version then it should have used "en-US" not "en-us", Drupal seems to be treating this as case sensitive.