Page Direction & htaccess
Ok so here is the problem I’d like to solve:
Our website was installed inside a folder on purpose and we pointed apache to look in the right direction using a few lines in htaccess. So if someone types “website.com” it will automatically resolve “website.com/en”. So when the website is reached, it will resolve everything else accordingly “website.com/en/wp-admin”
Now I want to have a page created for a specific event for example named “Test”, under normal circumstances to reach the said page, one would have to type: “website.com/en/Test”.. but in order to make it simple, I want to have that person type: “website.com/Test” and be automatically sent to “website.com/en/Test”.
Please help me figure this one out!
Thank you in advance.
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