iliumx - 6:05 pm on May 28, 2011 (gmt 0)
The reason for redirecting people that have their browser first language set to Spanish and German, preferably also thous that have Spanish or German as their second priority language (English-Spanish and a English-German mix),
is because I don't want them to see certain things on that page.
They will be redirected to another page that looks almost the same except for some banners that will be removed, and the text on that NEW page is also written in the same language (Swedish) as the PAGE they were redirected from,
but all of thous 4 pages are different in content...
I know this can trigger Googles duplicated content rule and that's why I have, for SEO purpose,
set the NEW-pages to be noindex and nofollow and also canonical pointing back to their respective PAGEs.
That's why I need Spanish and German users to be redirected from:
PAGE1.htm to NEW1.htm
PAGE2.htm to NEW2.htm
PAGE3.htm to NEW3.htm
PAGE4.htm to NEW4.htm
And also all MSIE users/browsers to do the same.
Reason for redirecting all MSIE users is because the MSIE-browser does not react or displayed correctly what I'm trying to achieve
(sorry, can't go into this more in detail, it's part of a product I'm suppose to launch in some months time).
Just trust me when I say it's not for illegal usage I want this htaccess rule in place.
In short: Redirect Spanish and German (first and second language mix) + redirect MSIE users.