My expertise lay more in the programming aspect of web development, so I thought I would give this forum a try...
A year or more ago our web host was moving sites from server to server. When Google spidered our site I noticed that many of our website URLs Google linked to magically became something like:
Notice the subdomain "NEW" part of the url. This "NEW" subdomain was totally our webhosts doing for whatever reason - I assume it had soomething to do with move to the new servers and google having indexed the site while this was happening. Of couse I could be wrong.
The problem is now that the "NEW" subdomain is no longer being used but many of these links in Google still exist - and when clicked on give page not found errors that do not seem to be caught in this portion of the .htaccess file:
ErrorDocument 403 [oursitename.com...]
ErrorDocument 404 [oursitename.com...]
I was thinking of using a RedirectMatch in the .htaccess but do not know how to properly format it... Perhaps something like:
RedirectMatch (.new*)\* [oursitename.com...]
Any help would be greatly appreciated :-)