Often, you may register more than one domain name for your website, which may have a primary domain of mysite.com.au:
For SEO and brand awareness reasons, (remember: every page should have exactly one URL) you want every visitor to end up on your primary domain, mysite.com.au.
This middleware checks the HTTP_HOST for all incoming requests, and sends the user to http://www.mysite.com.au/ if they've managed to hit another domain.
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from django.http import HttpResponseRedirect class ValidateHostMiddleware(object): """ In Apache's httpd.conf, you may have ServerName set to mysite.com.au along with a number of aliases: mysite.com, mysite.net, my-site.com etc. This middleware redirects any request that isn't for mysite.com.au to that domain, helping with SEO and brand recognition. """ def process_request(self, request): if not request.META['HTTP_HOST'].endswith('mysite.com.au'): return HttpResponseRedirect('http://www.mysite.com.au/')
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