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hi,

i have a question, which i should be able to work out with htaccess, i just wanted to ask, if there's an easier way using processwire:

i set up a new site using processwire with multilang etc. since a lot of stuff changed on the website (contents, hierachy, ...) there's now also a different domain structure. the old structure was:

www.example.com/outlet-1

and now it's

www.example.com/en/find-us/outlet-1

is there any way i can do a (temporary) 301 redirect, without having to remodel to the whole structure? the main reason for this is, that there are still tons of flyers and other advertising materials with this domain structure (transitionphase should end in <6months)

the whole thing comes down to about 4-5 pages -- so nothing really drastic. also if there's no way in doing this with processwire, help with a proper RewriteRule for htaccess would be greatly appreciated. current workaround doesnt really do the trick.

thanks so far!

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