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301 Redirects for moving from mydomain.com/oldblog to blog.mydomain.com

  • I moved my blog from mydomain.com/oldblog to blog.mydomain.com I need to create 301 redirects from all of the old urls to the posts and pages to the new.

    The permalink structure is the same. The only difference is mydomain.com/oldblog/post1 is now blog.mydomain.com/post1

    I know I can do a 301 redirect within .htaccess which will automatically take a link like http://mydomain.com/oldblog/post1 and send it http://blog.mydomain.com/ but I need them all to match up! I cannot just have all old posts/pages pointing to the root URL of the new blog address.

    Is there any automated tool to do this? I have about 850 blog posts/pages which need this and I cannot do this manually.

    Thank you,

    Chad

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