One of my friends said when she typed only the domain name
f4bb1t.com instead of clicking the link
https://f4bb1t.com in browser, she got the
404 NOT FOUND message of Google, sometimes I also had that error.
I am a bit confused at first, and both of my friends lg and sh pointed out that I should enable port 80 redirection to port 443.
Life . . .
experience in site building, I did a lot of search in the Internet, and came across this:
However, after some trials, I failed, the dumb
.htaccess file is useless.
Suddenly, I thought it might be the problem of load balancer, because that layer is before the server, then finally I found the correct information to set it up. yay!
Basically, the solution is to create another front-end only GCP load balancer to forward the 80 traffic to my previous 443 load balancer. Interesting.
Now I managed to provide better user experience…❥(^_-)
If wanna get more clients' information from GCP load balancer…
The solution is here: Creating custom headers
Custom request and response headers allow you to specify additional headers that the external HTTP(S) load balancer adds to requests and responses.