"Also, I would use a 301 redirect or rewrite so that your root page doesn't appear twice. For example, if you select [yourdomain.com...] as your root page, then if a spider tries to fetch [yourdomain.com...] (without the www), your web server should do a permanent (301) redirect to your root page at [yourdomain.com...] "
I have attempted this and screwed up several times. My site has more than 250 pages and I would like to have the code that I will add to my .htaccess file that will redirect all pages from http://example.com.au to http://www.example.com.au
Thanks in advance
[edited by: jatar_k at 6:01 am (utc) on Jan. 15, 2006] [edit reason] examplified url [/edit]