I have a single page application which is hosted on GitHub Pages. Currently the application uses a URL hash to imitate different paths (
https://example.com/#/user/123), but I'm wanting to move away from this approach in favour of real-looking URLs (
Where this is a single-page application, everything is served from one central place. If a user visits
https://example.com and then navigates to
https://example.com/foo the SPA logic will prevent the page from actually changing, whilst realising that the user wanted to go to
The problem I'm having is that this logic doesn't apply if the user navigates directly to
https://example.com/foo without first going via
Is there a way in which I can configure some form of redirect within Cloudflare to point URLs like
https://example.com without making any changes to the URL?
Although it's probably obvious anyway, creating a separate
index.html file to serve files in a
/foo folder isn't an option as some of the paths are dynamically generated (i.e.
Cache file /home/queryxchang/public_html/apps/frontend/config/../cache/-q-5-110331-can-i-configure-cloudflare-to-point-all-url-paths-to-a-specific-path-without-changing-the-url- could not be written