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elrodrix



Joined: 11 Sep 2017
Posts: 1
Location: argentina

PostPosted: Mon 11 Sep '17 16:14    Post subject: Redirect over redirect apache host Reply with quote

Good morning. I am creating a friendly redirect rules, for urls that are a bit difficult. I have the following url legacy:

www.misitio.com/SeccionRevista/revista.html?id=ARS.

And I want to transform it to www.misitio.com/SeccionRevista/nueva-edicion-revista-m0007.html.

For this, I made a rule of this type (in the .conf of sites availables of apache2):

Regla friendly

RewriteCond% {REQUEST_URI} ^ / Revision Section /.*- m0007.html [NC]
RewriteRule ^ / SeccionRevista /.*- m0007.html /cms/SeccionRevista/revista.html?id=ARS [PT]

Now, the part that I can not solve, is to redirect the legacy url (indexed by Google), which returns a 301 to the new url friendly, but I still can not apply it to the same conf file (I do not know if this is correct). I mean, if Google has indexed my magazine.html? Id = ARS, the response is a 301 to new-edit-magazine-m0007.html.

My question is: is it possible to do this in the same host file? would not be in a loop ?, what other alternatives can I concur ?.

Greetings and thanks.
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