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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


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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