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force-domain

0.1.0 • Public • Published

force-domain

A module part of the project Clean Url. It forces a domain, for those who manage multiple domains. Say you have the following domains:

  • example.info
  • example.com
  • example.org

But you want them all to use the last one, example.org. Easy, just point them all to the same server and let force-domain to take care of it. It's also useful when changing domains, since urls will be preserved: example.info/any/folder will redirect to example.org/any/folder

Use it with your middleware:

// Include the repository from npm
var forcedomain = require('force-domain')({ host: "example.org" });
 
// Allow express to use it (put this before your routes!)
app.use(notrailing);

Options

There are some options that can be used with the module:

  • host: the domain that you want to use. You can also use this to force www., but we don't really recommend it
  • localhost: defaults to true. Allow for localhost to be excluded for development purposes.
  • permanent: defaults to true.

Testing

npm test should do the trick to make sure everything works

Known issues

If you are behind a proxy like in heroku, when there's a redirect from force-domain it will redirect to the http version. We recommend using force-https or the full clean-url npm modules to avoid this.

Install

npm i force-domain

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Version

0.1.0

License

MIT

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