disable »ugly« urls when using »pretty« ones


I'm using pretty urls on my c5 installation. So far so good - and »pretty«

But for SEO reasons I want the old »ugly« urls to be not anymore available. If using pretty urls every page is available under two different urls which shouldn't be the case.

Is there a way to avoid this?

I thought about changing the rewrite rule so that every old-type url is redirected (Code 302) to the new one, but I'm not quite firm with mod_rewrite rules.



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meinzlein replied on at Permalink Reply
And example.com/blog/ should be available as example.com/blog/ only.
So example.com/blog souldn't serve the actual site but redirect to example.com/blog/
CWSpear replied on at Permalink Reply
I was writing a post about this very issue when I was searching to see if anyone else had my issue.

See my post for a possible solution:http://www.concrete5.org/index.php?cID=292744...