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blugewidgets.com/1.html to go to #*$!/1.html .. also
blugewidgets.com/1.gif to go to #*$!/1.gif
Is there a way we can do it? (I have to do it as we are shifting the domain and want to get the values of the links)
Else I propose another solution. Get the old site out of IIS and host it with a Apache host and do a 301 redirect from there? (I am cruel on MS technologies that I don't understand)
<meta http-equiv=refresh content="3; url=newUrl">
3 is the number of seconds before refresh.
As far as I know you cannot redirect images - if I'm wrong I'm sure someone here will correct me.
Just place the images in the correct directory on the new location.
I did the search but no easy solution. Page to page redirection is possible, else you need admin access. I have lost faith on hosting companies for a little advanced tech help, they generally screw up my 2 days (minimum).
I think an easy way is to shift it to apache and then do the redirect. Apache with an .htaccess support makes life so easy.