MovableType Permalinks vs. WordPress Permalinks
I am in the process of converting my blog from Movable Type to WordPress. I have been able to get everything imported and running under WordPress. I have also set up WordPress permalinks to the default setting, which matches the Movable Type permalinks that I am already using, with the exception that WordPress uses dashes unstead of underscores in archives that have titles that contain spaces. I would like to point my blog subdomain name to my WordPress directory so that I can delete my Movable Type installation. Unfortunately, this dash/underscore difference is giving me problems. Is there anyway that I can change WordPress’s behavior? Perhaps a better way would be to use a rewrite rule in .htaccess. However, I haven’t been able to get this working. Any ideas?
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