Apologies for the obscenely long post title but I wanted to make sure I got all the keywords in that people might search for. Why you may ask? Well because I had a hell of a time getting an answer to arguably the single simplest form of URL Redirection you could possibly want to do:
The catch was that I wanted to redirect all traffic from my old domain name, to my new domain name, passing along the full folder structure as a 301 redirect (to pass on any search engine ‘good will’ to my new domain name).
So without further ado, here’s the code to put in to your web.config file:
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