Omit port 3000 in the nodejs application url

I have configured my nodejs application to run on a subdomain and used forever to run the application.

Now an address of this application looks like:

How can I go from there to

I have other applications running on other subdomains.

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Hey there -

I did some research for you on this, and found that you should be able to do this if you change the port that node.js is running on from 3000 to 80. Here's a page that describes how to do it:

Node.js - How can I remove the port from the url?

I hope that helps you out!


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