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Using href in both work and production sites


#1

A question about href prefix

We have a documentation site that we want to host in production under a subfolder of our domain (codeocean.com/learn)
The href prefix (/learn) seems like a good solution to this but our problem is that when we publish to codeocean-learn.webflow.io all internal links are broken.
For example, a link from page A to page B (page link) translates in the generated HTML as href=‘/learn/B’. This works fine when browsing our domain (codeocean.com/learn) but will result in 404 when browsing the codeocean-learn.webflow.io site since B is hosted at /B.

It’s important to note that we use the codeocean-learn.webflow.io site as staging and publish to learn.codeocean.com for production. Meaning that we want to be able to browse codeocean-learn.webflow.io and have it functional before we approve changes and update learn.codeocean.com.

Can we use href prefix in a way that will work for both published sites? Is there a different solution?

Thanks,
Asaf from Code Ocean


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#2

I suggest using a subdomain instead of a subfolder.


#3

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