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[joomla] Global redirect?

Stephen Britton sbritton at gmail.com
Tue Nov 20 16:35:19 EST 2012


Hi Janet,

You could use an extension like sh404SEF and map all the individual links
to the new pages.

However, as you mention, there will be many old pages that won't be
republished. In that case, I would create a custom 404 page - error.php and
use the search module.

There is a good tutorial in Joomla docs that explains how to do this:

http://docs.joomla.org/Creating_a_Custom_404_Error_Page

All best,

Steve


On Tue, Nov 20, 2012 at 4:21 PM, Janet Sullivan <jmsullivan50 at yahoo.com>wrote:

> I am putting up a brand new site on a domain
> that has been around for a long time.  Many of the
> pages in the old site will not be replaced.
> Is there a way to set up a global redirect that essentially
> says:
> If you are trying to access an old page (say, through a book mark)
> redirect them to the website home page?
>
> I would prefer not to have to type each obsolete page URL into the
> "redirects" component....
>
>  Thanks!
> Janet
>
>
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