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If you only have the supplied redirect and can't control anything else on the university's server then this is not possible. (They would need to setup mod_proxy or, as a "cheap" workaround a single page document with an IFRAME containing your site.) If you do go ahead with this then when you eventually move the site to the university's server, setup a ...


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I figured out how to solve the second part of the question where the ID= was found at the end like the following: example.com/index.php/archived-content?id=206 by adding a line to the .htaccess like: RewriteCond %{QUERY_STRING} ^id=206 RewriteRule (.*) /some-file-name.php? [R=301,L]



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