artefaqs - 10:15 pm on Jun 11, 2010 (gmt 0)
Shocked! Shocked, I am to see someone else having the exact same problem I am. Thanks to jdMorgan for a quick solution!
I do have two further questions, though --
If I have this line in my htaccess:
Redirect /A/B.php http://www.example.com/C/D.php
Is this a 301, or a 302 redirect?
Also, is there some magic regexp that could replace all of the underscores in a URL with hyphens, instead? The idea is to avoid several hundred of the following type of redirects:
Redirect /web_page http://www.example.com/web-page