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I have an old site which I no longer use so I decided to redirect the domain to an article from another domain. The old site does not have web hosting anymore which means I had to url forward through my domain registrar (Namecheap) to redirect.

I followed this tutorial and succesfully redirected all traffic from
http://old-site.com to http://new-site.com/post/2

But when I try to access http://old-site.com/old-slug/dead-link it redirects to
http://new-site.com/post/2/old-slug/dead-link

Is there a way to redirect all urls from http://old-site.com, regardless of slugs, to http://new-site.com/post/2?

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You should ask Namecheap support if you can set up the forwarding that way with their service.

If they cannot do that, then you have to make the redirect with your own web server.

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