I have two websites I inherited for one organization: example.com and sub.example.com. The main website is through a hosting provider that only allows access via their WYSIWYG editor. The subdomain site is WordPress, hosted with a different provider.
The business wants to move sub.example.com to example.com/dir. The host for example.com has an interface for 301 redirects, but no direct edits to htaccess or other configs. The host for sub.example.com allows edits to htaccess and some config files, but no direct access to the server. Is there a way for me to set up routing for this that would meet the business requirements without changing hosts?
Ultimately, I will be consolidating everything to a single LAMP stack on Google Cloud. The goal right now is to make the change quickly (or tell leadership it's currently an unrealistic goal) as the previous admin said they'd do it and never did.