Hello all, hope you all are doing well. I have a website and its URL has been changed and i want to implement 301 permanent redirection on my website. The home page URL is same but inner page URL's have been changed. My Home page website URL is unchanged- http://www.emulateinfotech.com but the inner URL's have been renamed. here are some old and new URL's of my website-
Old URL- http://www.emulateinfotech.com/about-us.aspx
New URL- http://www.emulateinfotech.com/about-us
Old URL- http://www.emulateinfotech.com/portfolio.aspx
New URL- http://www.emulateinfotech.com/portfolio
Old URL- http://www.emulateinfotech.com/contact-us.aspx
New URL- http://www.emulateinfotech.com/contact-us
Can anyone tell me the 301 permanent redirection code from old aspx page to new php website. It would be very helpful if anyone could help. Thanks in advance.
Is it a Windows server?
yes it's a window's server
Sorry, then I don't know. But I read somewhere that if you have the URL Rewrite Module you can do it in a .htaccess like way (what's used on Apache), even if with a different syntax.
I have tried from htaccess but its not working its showing 404 error and "/" error
You mean you've used an .htaccess file? No, that won't work on IIS, not that I know of.
Maybe this explains how to do it on IIS?
Maybe the web host's control panel has a simplified way to do this as well.
Doesn't seem so. If I understand it half right the best you can do is redirect the whole site to a specific URL. But I understood very little so...
Still think you need the URL Rewrite Module. But I don't know how to find out if it's installed. Well, asking the host is of course one way.
It appears Almalutz achieved the desired 301 redirects on IIS:
So are we all.
Windows IIS requires that the 'HTTP Redirect' module be installed. See this https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/iis/configuration/system.webserver/httpredirect/ for help, if you use Win10 then follow the steps for Win8/Win8.1.
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