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Socoder -> Off Topic -> .htaccess Redirecting

Posted : Tuesday, 16 January 2018, 13:20
Jayenkai

.htaccess Redirecting


OK, going back many many years, and lots of sites and things have picked up on my old "Jayenkai.socoder.net/" or "socoder.net/jstuff/" links.

For example, most of the links to the original TetriPong download are socoder.net/jstuff/complete/TetriPong_20090907.zip

Now that I'm separating Socoder and AGameAWeek into two different "accounts", I'll need to redirect all socoder.net/jstuff/ requests to agameaweek.com/ instead, and preferably let sites like Google know of the permanent redirection.
Last time I tried to do that, it didn't go very well, so I ended up undoing it all!!

Thoughts and suggestions are welcome!

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