I need a mod_rewrite expert who can massage an existing .htaccess file to make it do what i want.
I am currently running a directory script (WSN Links) that uses mod_rewrite to turn all the dynamic category URLs into static short URLs.
I want to add a 301 redirect to my .htaccess file so that it will permanently redirect [url removed, login to view] to [url removed, login to view] as well as all the existing subdirectories such as [url removed, login to view]
I have this working fine on other parts of my site but I can't get it to work properly in the directory portion of my site.
The problem now is the code that normally works for me to do a 301 doesn't in this case, because it rewrites the URL into the long dynamic URL fashion for the category.?
For example when ever I type in [url removed, login to view] it changes it to [url removed, login to view]? I want it to 301 to [url removed, login to view] It's not applying the original set of rules.? Maybe there isn't a way to fix this, but I will pay you if you can figure it out.
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