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"Do nothing" redirections issue (1 post)

  1. firebird75
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    Posted 3 years ago #

    Hello,

    Looks like there has been a change in the latest release with the way the plugin is handling the "Do nothing" redirection. I can't make these work unless I place these before any 301 redirection in the ordered list. Whatever 301 redirection I put before the "Do nothing" redirection, it will prevent the "Do nothing" from being caught. If I place these first before any 301, they work fine.

    Then there is another issue with the pattern matching. It looks like now, the pattern matching is working this way :
    regexp : toto/titi/(*.)/
    will match ok on tutu/toto/titi/xxx/, on toto/titi/xxx/
    while before, it would have worked only on toto/titi/xxx/ but since /tutu/ was not at the beginning of the pattern, it wasn't matching this one. Now it is...

    Is there any way to force the pattern to perform an exact match on the regexp at least of its beginning and not a floating one?

    Beside that, it is an essential plugin for WP, should be integrated into the core. This is great work here!

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/redirection/

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