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Can I redirect using a .htaccess file?

Last Updated: Oct 09, 2013 02:07PM PDT
No, .htaccess files are for Unix servers and we do not use Unix servers.  Instead of an .htaccess file create a text file named "redirect.txt" and place it in the root folder.

The format to redirect the old URL to new url is:
old url|new url

Example
http://www.myurl.com/oldurl.html|http://myurl.com/newurl.html

One redirect per line

List all the URLs in this way to compose the text file, then you can upload the file to the website root folder using FTP. 

**Note that the redirect file is only checked in cases of a file not existing.  This method cannot be used to redirect pages that do exist.

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