We recently switched our blog to wordpress – and consequently our old links
/blogarticle.php?id=215links were redirected to new optimized ones. We monitored and redirected all links coming up. But recently we’ve noticed links like the above but with:
or a twitterfeed version. Is there a way to isolate the first part of the url string
blogarticle.php?id=215from the rest of the string so it redirects properly? Guessing source of these links is old bitly links from feedburner/twitter. or should we just let them 404?
ps. tried pasting the entire string and redirecting using your program but didn’t work, most of the original redirects were done in our .htaccess. thanks for your help!
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