How to Redirect Known Pages and Wildcard for Everything Else with htaccess

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I recently worked on a project which needed me to shut down a WordPress blog and migrate it’s content. I had about 20 posts and pages that were going to migrate but everything else was going to be deleted. Since htaccess runs their commands from the top to the bottom, place your known redirects above your catch all redirect.

 


Written by: Jacob Lett, a website designer & developer who creates HubSpot CMS themes and writes web design & marketing books to help marketers, designers, and web developers grow their businesses. This blog is my own personal journal and source to help others through some challenges I have faced.
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