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We're using a redirect from the alias /air to a page /artist-in-residence. I found that omitting the final slash means that a user typing /air/ gets a 404 "not found" error and vice versa. I've set up redirects from both /air and /air/ to the same page, and they work. Is that the only solution?

The redirect tool on our WordPress site lets us make a redirect more user-friendly with checkboxes for "ignore final slash" and "ignore case." I don't find anything comparable on our Squarespace site. In the help system and this forum I found one statement that omitting the final slash is "correct" and that redirects are case-sensitive but users aren't predictable.

 

Retired webmaster. Volunteer webmaster since 2014 for shipyardtrust.org, the nonprofit organization for the Hunters Point Shipyard artists in San Francisco, CA, upgraded in early 2017 from Squarespace 5 to 7.

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