I'm a rather new website builder/administrator, and have a slightly tricky (for me) problem that I'd like a little help with.
One page of my website is:
I've created a 301 redirect to send people from ../blog.html to ../blog.php in case they type that instead (and because the page used to be a html page). This is working fine.
However, I've noticed that if some people type in:
they actually get
which leads to an error (I've set up "branded" error pages). I'd like this one (as it's a common error) to go to the .php blog page, but I can't get 301 redirects to work. The reason is there are lots of sub-pages to the blog folder, and if I do the following redirect:
Redirect 301 /blog/ http://www.trainingreality.co.uk/blog.php
it works fine for the specific instance, but causes problems for all the individual blog pages i.e. what should be
comes out as
Anyone got any ideas - that they can explain to a simple soul like me?