Well, I've recently acquired a .org domain to redirect my .info
palmbeachtravel(.)info >>> palmbeachtravel(.)org
Now I need to get a proper redirect not to loose any traffic, rankings, bla bla... (bare in mind I get some good traffic from Google images that I don't want to waste)
How can I do it using .htaccess ? (I believe it's the best way)
Thx a lot!
Shenron (29 December, 2008)
So, that means that I only need to change domain1 and domain2 with palmbeachtravel and it'll work!
(I really don't know s*it about .htaccess)
Thx a lot mate!
I have always wondered, is there an advantage to using mod rewrite over using redirect?
Code:Redirect 301 / http://www.example.com/
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That's my major question also, but I'm not sure Redirect allows me to keep my Google images traffic...
/me tests later
Now this is weird...
I had to use something like:
Otherwise it wouldn't work...Code:Options +FollowSymLinks RewriteEngine on RewriteRule (.*) http://www.palmbeachtravel.org/$1 [R=301,L]
Ye i like useing 403 redirect or if you have cpanel just add a redirect in the control panel
You should always use a 301 redirect. The problem with specifying each redirect instead of using regex is scalability. It's MUCH easier to make sure every URL is properly redirected with regex than it is to manually specify hundreds of URLs.