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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Izzibeth, Apr 27, 2009.

  1. Izzibeth

    Izzibeth Registered

    Apr 27, 2009
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    I have been searching the forums for a problem similar to mine and haven't quite found it so here goes:

    I am unable to successfully redirect my home directory to any other directory on my site. I went into the Redirect area and chose either Permanent or Temporary for the first option (it didn't matter). I then chose the home directory (http://(www) and asked it to direct to another section of my site ( It set it up successfully. However, when I typed into my browser I got the Redirect Loop error. I tried this multiple times with no success.

    Finally, I changed the htaccess.txt file to .htaccess. This seemed to fix things... except it didn't.

    Now my problem is that no matter what I type in, it will only redirect to the site. For example... if I type in or it will only direct me to

    This would not be a huge problem except that all image files on my website no longer work as the URLS (e.g. are no longer working because EVERYTHING is being directed to

    I hope that all makes sense......

    Any help would be appreciated because this is extremely frustrating and I can't seem to figure out what the problem is at all.

  2. thobarn

    thobarn Well-Known Member

    Apr 25, 2008
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    If I understand you right, you want your root directory to point to a directory within root directory? E.g.[files_and_folders] instead of[files_and_folders]

    If that is the case, enter following into .htaccess (NOT .htaccess.txt)

    <IfModule rewrite_module>
    	RewriteEngine on
    	RewriteRule   ^/$  /index/  [R]	
    alternatively use RedirectMatch directive

    RedirectMatch ^/$
    which does not require mod_rewrite.

    Obviously you will need to move everything under index directory.

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