You can transform all or some of the request and its relevant response using redirects.
Note: You can only use redirects if using the Zephr CDN.
You can use redirects to do the following:
- Alter headers
- Modify responses
- Change status responses
- Redirect end users to a different page
For example, you can redirect your end users to a paywall, log in, or registration page; or, you can
block access to downloadable content.
Redirect rules define the customer journey using decision nodes to define how the transformation is applied to the request and/or response. For further information on the decision nodes that you can use in your redirect rule, see the Redirect Decision Nodes topic.
Note: If you want to target a specific feature in your site, use a feature rule. For more information on using features, see the Creating and Managing Zephr Features topic.
You can manage redirects as follows:
- Add a redirect
- Delete a redirect
- Manage the versions of a redirect