2
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1answer
351 views

Rewrite rule not working for redirect in subdomain hosted in a subdirectory of the main site [closed]

I am running a WordPress network. This means there are multiple websites produced by one installation of WordPress. Each website is a subdomain of the parent website. WordPress handles the creation ...
0
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1answer
119 views

Capitals in URL subdirectory not changed by htaccess

Within my WordPress website I am redirecting sub directories to internal and external links. Now, when you place a CAPITAL letter in the sub dir it does not work anymore and the website does not show ...
3
votes
3answers
482 views

SEO Joomla URL to WordPress URL's

I am trying to migrate from Joomla 1.5 SEF URL's to WordPress SEF URL's. The old links use this formatting: /site/sectionname/categoryname/id-titlename.html I want to migrate it to ...
1
vote
2answers
264 views

WordPress .htaccess preventing subfolder access

This is sort of a goofy setup, but it's not in my power to reconfigure it at this time. I'm running in a shared hosting environment. The domain is example.com. This is an add-on domain on the host ...
1
vote
2answers
338 views

WordPress mod_rewrite redirect specific folders

As a new user, I'm not allowed to post more than two hyperlinks here. So I have added a space after every http (ignore them and read as full URLs). System: Debian Etch, Apache 2.2 I have a WordPress ...
0
votes
1answer
577 views

.htaccess 301 rewrite rule not working

I had made the page the-book.html in wordpress site, later changed the name to about-the-book, now i have written the .htaccess file as **RewriteRule ^the-book.html$ ...
1
vote
1answer
835 views

How do I get mod_rewrite working with typo and wordpress?

I've some trouble with typo3 (mydomain.net) and wordpress (mydomain.net/blog/) using mod_rewrite. First I was running a typo3 installation which uses mod_rewirte without trouble. Now I'm trying to ...
3
votes
4answers
148 views

Question about mod_rewrite rule for redirecting failing pages

I'm setting up a mod_rewrite rule that redirects failing pages to a custom "Page Not Found" page. This is with WordPress. I've used an online tutorial from the Apache site and so far my rules look ...