Redirection page to a new address

It sometimes happens that we are forced to move our party website at your new address. We would, however, maintain a strong position of our site in browsers and redirect our users seamlessly to the new address. Google’s understanding that no one takes a wedding with his domain, advises that the relocation of traffic to the new page use 301 redirects (Moved Permanently). The treatment should be carried out in such a way as to avoid (or at least limit) error 404 on a new address. If the structure has not changed, the matter should be resolved through simple file redirection. “Htaccess” (located at the old address):

Options + FollowSymLinks RewriteEngine On RewriteRule ^(.+)$ $ 1 [R = 301, NC, L]

It may happen that, when you change the engine to change the address on our web site and can not be 100% reproduce the old addresses of the parties on the new site. In this case, waiting for us more laborious manual work , “przepinania ‘individual addresses from the old hand me their counterparts in the new address. However, we should devote some time and try to redirect at least most visited and linked-old addresses (eg address channel rss, main pages).

As soon as you set should redirect to generate the map of the new site (sitemap.xml) and submit it to Google using Google Webmaster Tools. This service also allows us to monitor the 404 errors, which we should handle.

If you will do everything carefully, the whole “power” our old domain name will be transferred to the new address. By accurately redirect pages will also be able to retain the existing traffic on the site.

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