Support » Plugin: Simple 301 Redirects » [Plugin: Simple 301 Redirects] Redirecting from a subdomain?

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  • Plugin Author Scott Nelle

    (@scottnelle)

    Hi Bob,
    The best way to do that is to ask your web host to help you set up a Domain-level redirect from blog.mydomain.com to http://www.mydomain.com. That will forward all requests in the fastest way possible. Any web host should be able to do it for you pretty quickly.

    Good luck!
    Scott

    Parafly9

    (@parafly9)

    Hi Scott,

    Quick question on this; I am in a similar situation. I have a static HTML site with urls’ at subdomains that are migrating to wordpress.

    What do I need to put in Simple 301 to handle these?

    Example:

    Right now i have the following:

    http://skiing.alpinezone.com/articles/challenge/2011/

    This will in the future be:

    http://alpinezone.com/skiing/challenge/challenge2011/

    What is the proper way to handle this?

    Also: it will redirect for pages that are not previously WP? in the previous example the first page is static HTML and the second is on wordpress.

    PS glad to send a donation your way for any assistance!

    Parafly9

    (@parafly9)

    I still have this question. I was able to extract out the entire URL structure from the forum database so now I have a two column CSV file where the first column is the existing URL and the second column is the new URL (updated).

    The only question I know have is that the first page URL (where it is coming from) is a subdomain, and I’m not sure how to handle.

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