IIS 301 Redirect @ Server Level not Page Level
Posted on 2006-06-14
Happy World Cupping to all! I finally feel warm and fuzzy inside again...
I recently overhauled an old site and I am looking to redirect the old indexed pages over to the new ones. With Apache I simply add a few lines of code to the .htaccess file, badda-bing, and I'm done.
Now with IIS, I am learning that you have to have the file on the server (ugh) and right click -> properties -> permenantly redirect to: -> yadda yadda.
I can easily say I have a good 30-40 pages I need to redirect. I don't want to have to upload these blank .html files to the server just to do so. Can I not control this at the server level from one file - such as an .htaccess?
Site is using PHP at its core.