Okay. So I have a site: splash.cordega.com, which is pointing to an application: summerville_splash, which is a word press site. I had no issues with it until today when I was trying to figure out how to have the actual domains I'm going to be using point to the same application. There are three domains (summervilleforcongress.com, .net, .org). Of the domains, two out of the three (.net, .org) were redirected to opalstack a little while ago. The third is going to get redirected later tonight.
I set up a different route for each .net, .org, .com. Then, to my surprise, when I typed in https://splash.cordega.com, I got sent to the https://summervilleforcongress.org site instead. But because of Let's Encrypt issues, I was getting a warning. So I decided to changing things around.
I created a new application: summerville_redirects so that the .net and .org would auto forward to splash.cordega.com. The summervilleforcongress.com route I "disabled", figuring to reenable it later.
Then (and I'm guessing it has to do with the route hierarchy ) whenever I went to splash.cordega.com, instead of going to wordpress application, it sent me to the existing summervilleforcongress.com site that is being hosted elsewhere.
That seems like a major bug to me. I don't have any redirection rules in place for that.
What's worse is that even after deleting the summervilleforcongress.com route all together, it's still being forwarded to the other site. This is a big problem.
How can I fix this? I don't even know where to begin.