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How to redirect whoole website to new url....?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by rhnkmr, Jul 19, 2013.

  1. rhnkmr

    rhnkmr Regular Member

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    I have a website that has many posts and I want to redirect all posts to my new site home page. I am using .htaccess to redirect my site but it onlly redirects home page to new site and I want to redirect each post to my new site home page. Please help me in this...
     
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    A common method is edit you .htaccess file and add this

    This will redirect your old site to new site

    Which platform are you using ?
     
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    If you are using WordPress I would like to suggest you to use 301 Redirection plugin.
     
  5. rhnkmr

    rhnkmr Regular Member

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    Thanks for your help I am using wordpress and tried these methods but it only redirects home page not all posts :(. Please tell me a method by which my all posts also will redirect to new site home page.
     
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    rhnkmr Regular Member

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    Used but it doesn't works :(
     
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    if you've got access to your cpanel just add a 301 redirect from the redirects menu.
     
  8. Junkfood00

    Junkfood00 Elite Member

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    I wouldn't recommend doing that from a SEO aspect.

    Instead, clone the site and have each post 301'd to the corresponding one on the new domain.