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Create Apache Mod_Rewrite and RedirectMatch rules for old -> new site.

We need a number of simple, efficient rules written to ensure existing links are translated properly to new URLs on a new website. We want a small, efficient and logical set of rules in the .htaccess file. Logic will be provided for all URLs, e.g.:

From /blogs/{category_name} to /opinion/{category_name}/

From /blogs/{category_name}/{post_year}/{post_month}/post_title} to /opinion/{category_name}/{post_year}/{post_month}/post_title}

From /magazine/issue/{issue_year}/{issue_month}/{article_title} to /magazine/{issue_year}/{issue_month}/{article_title}

From

/store

/store/index/quadrant-books

/store/index/quadrant-functions

/store/index/quadrant-merchandise

To

/shop/

/shop/books/

/shop/functions/

/shop/merchandise/

Notes:

We'll supply a spreadsheet detailing the mappings we'd like and showing some common patterns.

This will need to work nicely with an existing Wordpress friendly URL rewrites.

Skills: Apache, Linux, Perl, SEO, System Admin

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Project ID: #4932260