August 2nd, 2012, 11:28 PM
HELP! How to Define ALL LINKS to a domain.
Hi Guys... I'm trying to do a search and replace for all urls going to a specific domain.
Im using a regex plugin for wordpress.
I used to link to a domain that started with the letters "Bio" .. .and I took that site down... so now, i've got hundreds of links going to hundreds of pages in a domain that doesn't exist any more.
So... how do i Search ALL instances of a link going to that domain and replace them all ... they are all different urls with only the main domain in common.
SEE: damn... i cant even link you to a picture!
basically i'm trying to replace:
oh damn... i cant even do that!
August 14th, 2012, 02:10 PM
How is the replacement going to be calculated? Is there another domain with the same content and you just need to replace the domain so the links work again?
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August 14th, 2012, 02:57 PM
Is the new site a direct copy of the old domain? Your post appears to imply yes. You may try a 301 redirect on the old domain.