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9/2/2013 10:29 PM
 

Hello, 

We had a DNN 5 website and we've developed a brand new DNN 7.1 website, this is a fresh DNN install and done from scratch.

We've now changed our domain to point to the new website, however, when you Google our website, all the old links appear, which is OK, we don't mind this, but we want them to redirect to the home page or something, however just now the links are forcing a login page.

For example, a link in Google from our old website is this: Google Link.

You can see how this is a bit of a problem, is there any way to stop DNN doing this, and perhaps instead just redirect to the homepage? I've updated our sitemap in Google Webmaster tools etc.

We're using DNN 7.1 and iFinity URL Master.

Any suggestions would be great, thanks so much!

 
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