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RewriteRule (.*) [domain1.com...] [R=301,L]
So - any idea what I need to change in my htaccess file so only requests for domain1 will redirect, and not requests for domain2?
To avoid your current problem, simply change the RewriteCond pattern to a positive match for the domain that you *do* wish to redirect, making it "^domain1\.com" instead of "!^www\.domain1\.com".
See the mod_rewrite and regular expressions documentation cited in our forum charter.
i have a question about htaccess file
i'm using Pmachine CMS, on which u can view the same article using different files
i did 4 months ago modrewrite and now my files have this look
503 (is article number)
3 (weblog number)
avoiding duplicate content, now i need to redirect all users who come with stuff/***_0_*_0_M/ to more/***_0_*_0_M/
need advice how to do it?
i try such a code, but it seems don't work
RewriteRule /stuff/([A-Za-z0-9_]+)/ /more/$1/ [R=301]
what i'm doing wrong.
In .htaccess, you'll need:
RewriteRule ^stuff/([A-Za-z0-9_]+)/$ /more/$1/ [R=301,L]
You might be able to combine several or many of your rewrites and redirects into just a few by making better use of mod_rewrite's regular-expressions-based pattern-matching and back-referencing capability.