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Mysite.com - To Mysite.com/page

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#1 jd1976


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Posted 14 November 2009 - 03:41 PM

HI there,

I've recently changed my site from a very old site structure with very basic html pages. When someone typed in www.mysite.com - it took them to my "home.html" page (which is what i had in the htaccess file)

Now I use wordpress under the directory "page". So now when someone types www.mysite.com (in the browser address bar) - I want them to reach this location: www.mysite.com/page/welcome.

I tried putting "/page/welcome" and "/page/welcome/index.php" in the htaccess file, but it won't seem to do the trick. Any suggestions?

I don't really want to redirect from the home.html page though.

thank you

#2 Jill


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Posted 15 November 2009 - 10:23 AM

You're going to have to use redirects, please see the 301 Redirect Forum for more info.

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