1.http://barkingtuna.com/mlorch/option=com_content&task=view&... Redirects fine.
2.http://barkingtuna.com/mlorch/index.php?option=com_content&task... does NOT redirect to the intended page.
Obviously this has something to do with mod_rewrite, but since the clients website did NOT rewrite these junky URLs, how do I work around this and catch the inbound traffic to the various links that ALL include "index.php?"?
Please attach a screen of your url settings.
However, remove index.php? and it doeshttp://www.allinstorage.com/mlorch/option=com_content&task=view...
What do I need to add to the .htaccess file to correct this?
FYI... this is their old website and all I am trying to do is make sure all of this junky URLs are properly redirected to corresponding pages on the new site.http://azstorage.com/
Try only a /
U have to change the redirect type to Apache .htaccess
Any thoughts? Is this correct? I know it's a lot to sift through, but I'm at a total loss on this.
Where you had trouble?
By the way google has only indexed 90 links of your page:
It seams to be difficult or impossible to have that function in concrete5?