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301 redirects

Is it possible to use 301 redirects without using the Cpanel "Rewrite" option? I attempted to enter "Redirect 301" changes directly into my .htaccess file and they didn't work. Is this a Cpanel issue, i. e., Cpanel doesn't permit this? I want to write the redirects directly into my .htaccess file without using the Cpanel redirect option.

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Re: 301 redirects

Actually I found a solution for parsing html files as php on the forum, so the problem is solved.

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Re: 301 redirects

@GermanShepherd 

 

Short answer is yes...

longer answer is while cPanel does write to the .htaccess file, you can still put all your own code into it. If it isn't working I would double check your syntax in the .htaccess

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Re: 301 redirects

OK, you were correct, the syntax was wrong. Now I have a couple of .html files I want to redirect using php (header) code, but they don't work. I have set html to parse as php, but I must have left something out of the .htaccess file. Any help on that?

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Re: 301 redirects

Actually I found a solution for parsing html files as php on the forum, so the problem is solved.

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