I bought a new domain for my website, and now I managed to successfully add it to my droplet, to the point where now I have two domains pointing to the same droplet:
Both domains access the same website from my browser, but the default appears to be openplcproject.com where I want it to be autonomylogic.com. If I launch autonomylogic.com on my browser, the browser address changes to openplcproject.com. Can I invert this behavior? I will eventually phase out openplcproject.com over time, but right now I don’t want it to be disconnected as many users are still using that domain. So ideally it would be even better if openplcproject.com was directed to a specific page saying that openplcproject.com is now autonomylogic.com and then redirect the user automatically after a few seconds. How can that be done?
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