The easiest way to redirect traffic is to use the built-in capabilities of the Apache web server, i.e. just apply and manage server settings with htaccess file. You need to put directives in it so that the software redirects visitors to the Internet addresses specified in the file.
Open a text editor available to you, such as Notepad. It has enough capabilities to create an htaccess file and fill it with the necessary content. Required directives are presented as plain text strings. They can be edited in the same way as files with the extension txt, html, js, etc.
Form specific commands according to your requirement to redirect the address. If you need to implement sending a visitor from any page of your new site to the same address, mark the Redirect / http://site.ru line in the htaccess file. Setting Redirect on this entry is an address redirection command. Slash (forward slash) denotes the root directory of the resource, that is, the directive applies to all folders on the website. Any request for resource files will include a redirection mechanism. When placing a similar file in a folder with other directives, its commands will become priority for Apache. The http://site.ru code indicates the URL to which the software should redirect visitors to the resource. Replace it with your redirect address.
Specify any website folder instead of the root directory. In this case, the redirect will only concern visitors who request documents from all subfolders of the directory. For example, Redirect badGirl / http://site.ru. It is possible to redirect to the desired address only those users whose browsers send requests for documents of a certain type. For example, if the requested page has a php extension, the redirect will be triggered automatically. Save the generated directive to the htaccess file and upload it to the root directory of the site.