[ic] Using mod_rewrite AND mod_interchange
Bryan D Gmyrek
gmyrek at U.Arizona.EDU
Wed May 12 19:19:09 EDT 2004
> > what I want to do is have some
> > rewriterules so that /cgi-bin/mystore/ will redirect to / so that all
> > pages in the search engines will not be 'orphaned'.
> Perhaps something like this will work for you:
> RewriteEngine On
> RewriteRule ^/*cgi-bin//*mystore//*(.*)$ /$1 [R=301]
> That should inform users and search engine spiders that they should be
> using "/" instead of "/cgi-bin/mystore/" from now on. Ordinary users
> will be redirected to the new URI.
Kevin saves the day again :) Thanks!
> Search engine spiders will take the redirect to be an indication that
> the old URI is no longer valid. They will also make a note of the new
> URI for a future (usually immediate) visit.
Right on. Better than a straight redirect as one then risks penalties for
having multiple copies of the same page with different names.
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