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Lightsaber is a simple DNS Redirect service. It offers 301/302 redirects for your domains. The configuration is kept public on this github repository itself.
NOTE: This is no longer maintained. If you require a simple DNS Redirect service, I highly recommend checking https://about.txtdirect.org/, which is a open specification based DNS Redirect service that stores the configuration in your DNS.
To add a DNS record, point your domain via a CNAME entry to
You can also have fallthrough domain redirects
(thanks to @vivekprakash for the suggestion), by making the redirect a hash
root key set to the url prefix.
# This is a fallthrough redirect # so t.co/ev would redirect to twitter.com/ev t.co: root: https://twitter.com # All goo.gl routes will forward to google.com, and not use fallthrough goo.gl: https://google.com
Next, you will need to do the following:
- Fork this repo
- Edit the redirects.yml file and add your redirect in the relevant section
- File a Pull Request with your edit
Once the Pull Request is approved, the redirect will automatically be deployed via Travis.
If you do not wish to make your domain redirects public, or give away your domain names, you can self host this as well.
Released under the MIT License.