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  • I need to create a regular expression to redirect all pages contained within a folder (directory) to a new folder (directory) but where the page names are all different.

    e.g. the following pages:
    ​/activity-directory​/water​/marine-activity-safaris​/
    ​/activity-directory​/water​/marine-activity-safaris​/era-adventures​/
    ​/activity-directory​/water​/marine-activity-safaris​/era-adventures​/review​/
    /activity-directory/water/marine-wildlife-safaris-cornwall/cornish-sea-safari’s/
    /activity-directory/water/marine-wildlife-safaris-cornwall/cornish-sea-safari’s/details/

    All of these pages and pages like them (everything) in the OLD ​/activity-directory​/water​/marine-activity-safaris​/ need to go to JUST ONE NEW page:

    /activities/boat-trips-sea-safaris-cornwall/

    I’ve tried:
    source: ​/activity-directory​/water​/marine-activity-safaris​/*
    target: /activities/boat-trips-sea-safaris-cornwall/

    … and ticked regex box

    But this only works if names of pages in the folder are exactly the same. All mine have changed.

    Can anyone suggest the correct code to redirect everything in an old folder to just one new page?

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

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