I've got an expired domain here that I'm trying to re-install on wordpress and use. In archive.org I type "domain.ca" and see this when I click a timeline: I know nothing of anything regarding website design/installations but I am assuming that its 301'ing the "domain.ca" to a subdirectory = "domain.ca/en"? Now all of the back links pointing to this site are distributed between: "domain.ca" "domain.ca/en" "domain.ca/fr" The site was previously in both english and french it would seem. When I go to Open Site Explorer under "Top Pages" I see: "domain.ca/" "domain.ca/en" "domain.ca/fr" "domain.ca/en/main/splash" My Question is: are these subdirectories or are these pages? How can I tell because the extention for both a page, post or subdirectory looks the exact same in the url structure? if they are subdirectories, then the most PR links are pointing at "domain.ca/en". Can I simply build the site on a that subdirectory and 301 the root and fr subdirectory to siphon all the PR to the "domain.ca/en"?