Hi, this might be a bit off topic, but perhaps s.o. could help me. I need to redirect a URL to a new URL in the htaccess.
spaces inside the URL it is sufficient to use
" " and the redirect works fine, e. g.
Redirect 301 "/adler solar und photovoltaik reinigung.html" /solar-und-photovoltaikreinigung/index.html
But I am at loss with these Umlauts. Who invented them anyway? Oh, might have been my folks
The Server is Apache, apart from this I have not much information.
So if anyone has a clue I am grateful.
Thanks for reading!
Never tried this in a URL but diacriticals can be displayed In html with numerical values similar to the blanks in the example above(%20).
I don’t believe you would be able to do this within the quotes
You could try testing it out
https://htaccess.madewithlove.be tester. Don’t know if it would work.
Some resources to help.
Thanks - the quotes work fine. The numerical values do not work in the htaccess.
Have you tried with the
ü placed in the URL within the quotes?
Did you get it to work? Saw you posted for help on the new RW4all forum.
Hi, this might be a bit off topic, but perhaps s.o. could help me. I need to redirect a URL to a new URL in the htaccess. Old URL: ...
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Thank you, not yet. For a quick solution I am using a direct inside the old page html now, based on:
But I would prefer this to be in the htacess with a 301 so that google can use it properly.
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