Support » Plugin: Redirection » [Plugin: Redirection] Redirect all URLs under one directory

  • I’ve been using the Redirection plugin for my site and it’s wonderful! I have one question, however – how could I use regex (or other method) to redirect all URLs that are below a certain directory to a page?

    For instance, I’d like for anyone not logged in that tries to access http://mydomain.com/documentation/ or /documentation/phonenumbers or /documentation/tech/office (anything after /documentation) to redirect to a login/registration page.

    I’ve tried /documentation/* and looked through some basic documentation for regex but it’s still not clear to me. I have 45+ pages to redirect and doing it manually for each page, while doable, is a daunting task.

    Thanks.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/redirection/

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  • I managed to find the solution in another forum. Matter of fact, within 3 hours I had a dozen awesome people offer far too many solutions and I had to pick from all of those! Google will show you, it’s not anywhere in here that I could find.

    Ed

    (@erjenkins1)

    Would you mind sharing it? Same issue here…

    whats the answer? and forum?

    I have this issue too. Can you let me know how to do this?

    whats the solution?

    From wading through post after post of people begging for this on this forum, it’s pretty clear to me that this forum and the developer of the plugin both feel that you must learn the painful and difficult world of RegEx in order to do even the simplest redirection so I don’t want to give it away here. Any link I post will most likely be removed (and my account penalized) by the spam filter, so I will just tell you to search G for “put me out of my regexing misery” and it’s the first result.

    I marked the answer that solved my problem.

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