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Due to duplicate content issue, I want to redirect all pages of /articles/* to newly created sub directory /article/*.

How do I redirect all pages of /articles to /article using .htaccess file?

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Not sure how this would resolve "duplicate content issues", but anyway...

Redirect 302 /articles/ /article/

The mod_alias Redirect directive is prefix-matching, so the above matches /articles/<anything> and redirects to /article/<anything> - passing on the <anything> part.

This is naturally a 302 (temporary) redirect.

However, if you have other (particularly mod_rewrite) directives in your .htaccess then you may need to change this. The order is also important.

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  • Thanks MrWhite, but the above answer isnt working. :( – Vijay Labh Jun 15 at 11:49
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    Edit your question to show your .htaccess file. – Stephen Ostermiller Jun 15 at 12:35

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