With Statamic v3, you can generate static sites which means you can deploy to services such as Netlify, AWS S3, Now, etc.
By default, when you output content from a field into a template, Statamic will attempt to run that content through the Antlers templating language.
You can use Statamic's redirect tag plus a custom blueprint to setup dynamic HTTP redirects on your Statamic website.
You can use GitHub's Gists to embed your code blocks via the Oh See Gists add-on.
Statamic includes a built-in mechanism for setting up 301 and 302 HTTP redirects. If you need to setup permanent or semi-permanent redirects (from within config files), you can do so in the
To setup permanent (301 response code) redirects, add the routes to a
1<?php23'redirect' => [4 '/old' => 'https://some-external-url.com',5 '/old-slug' => '/new-slug'6],
However, if you want to setup a temporary (Statamic calls in "vanity") redirect (302 response code), add the routes to a
1<?php23'vanity' => [4 '/temp-url' => '/some-new-temp-url',5],
If you're looking to setup dynamic redirects that you can manage from within the CMS, check out my post on Setting up dynamic HTTP redirects with Statamic v3.
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