I have a static website running on apps as starter plan. My web site has a directory like ‘abc’, including 2 files (one of them is index.html). When I request like mydomain/abc, there is no problem. The index.html within the abc folder works as it’s expected. However, when I click other pages on the site after requesting mydomain/abc, the application works as in the root directory unlike in the abc folder. So, I cannot request the other page in the abc folder. I get 404 error because the application works as in the root folder and expects it in the root folder.
To solve the problem, I configured an HTTP Routes Redirect definition like routepath: /abc, redirecturi: /abc/index.html in app settings. This time, I started to get ERR_TOO_MANY_REDIRECTS error when I requested like mydomain/abc. Actually, I don’t understand what the exact problem is. Any advice?
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