Symbiosis supports using
.htaccess files to configure per-site (or even per-directory!) settings.
Therefore you can create a file under the
/srv/example.co.uk/public/htdocs directory named
.htaccess (the leading
. is important!). To mirror the behaviour above, this should contain the following:
RewriteRule (.*) http://www.example.co.uk [R=301]
You can use
Redirect if you prefer, however the "rewrite" directives are more flexible. They're documented here.
Be careful when you edit the .htaccess file, as errors in it will make any requests to the site fail with a 500 error. For this reason, it might be worth testing your changes first in a subdirectory (by moving the .htaccess file there first) before moving them to the root of the site.