removing the port number from URL

seems like a simple question but couldn’t find anything posted about it.

I have a simple website and want the user to be directed to:

www.example.com/app

rather than:

www.example.com:5006/app

thanks.

Hi,

You would have to run the bokeh server itself on port 80, since that is the port that browsers use by default when none is specified (and that is up to the browser, and out of our control). However, you might need administrator privileges to start a process listening on port 80.

The other alternative is to run the bokeh server on any unprivileged port, and put a reverse proxy such as Nginx or Apache in front on port 80. You can find documentation on these use cases here:

  https://bokeh.pydata.org/en/latest/docs/user_guide/server.html#basic-reverse-proxy-setup

Thanks,

Bryan

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On Jan 1, 2019, at 17:36, [email protected] wrote:

seems like a simple question but couldn't find anything posted about it.

I have a simple website and want the user to be directed to:

www.example.com/app

rather than:

www.example.com:5006/app

thanks.

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