How to redirect a some files from a subdomain to corresponding files of a domain in Nginx?

I want to 301 redirect a bunch of files from a subdomain to another domain. This is my .htaccess file, can someone supply the code that works with nginx

RewriteEngine on

RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^$ [OR] RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^$ RewriteRule ^(.*)$ “$1” [R=301,L]

and where should I add this code? I’ve set up a A record (media) for the domain ( at digitalocean and I’ve set my main domain too. I’ve installed Wordpress on using Easy Engine which works on Nginx.

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@talwarsaksham: The location block needs to be inside of the server block. What were the actual errors you were seeing?

Yeah, already tried that stuff which didn’t work and resulted in my server failing and all my sites went down. So I asked here. It was supposed to go in the nginx.conf files right? In the main /var/www/ or etc/nginx/nginx.conf? I tried on both. In it doesnt work where as in other he server crashes. <br> <br>I’ve pointed to my droplet ip. Do I need to do anything else?

Google is an amazing thing. It finds you things like that turn your .htaccess rewrites into nginx configuration that looks like this: <br> <br># nginx configuration <br>location / { <br>if ($http_host ~ “^$”){ <br>rewrite ^(.*)$ /“http:/$1” redirect; <br>} <br>} <br> <br>It goes in your config file.