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February 1, 2009, 5:10 pm
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I must insert in a html site a htaccess file that create a redirect
the site home page for every page that gives error 404 (Page not
without affecting the single redirect 301 already present in the file
htaccess regarding other subpage moved and renamed in the past.
The purpose of all of this is not losing the google page rank that
passed trough every bad written back link .
What do I write in the htaccess file to do this? Do I have to write
before or after the existing rules?
Usually I have only one or two error 404 for months to redirect: I
wouldn't have to have a penalty for duplicate pages, isn't it?
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I'm honestly not clear on what you're asking. Were you looking to set
specific file names to redirect, or just have is to someone trying to
access any non existing file is redirected somewhere? Or, were you
just asking about the redirect being permanent or not?
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