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Alternative to additional non-WP rewrites in .htaccess?

  • When I am moving a site into WP, or any platform that will cause URL changes I’d normally put rewrites into the .htaccess so that users, and especially Google, can follow on to the new site:

    RewriteEngine On
    RewriteRule index.html$ http://e-business.ie [R=301,L]
    RewriteRule about.html$ http://e-business.ie/web-designers-ireland/ [R=301,L]
    etc…

    Just realizing that if I am enabling a network and am going to add a new site that also requires this there will be issues if there were common urls.

    Can anyone foresee any other issues I might have with this?
    Is there a plugin that will handle these redirects?

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