Hi everyone!

I’m using NGINX with Worpdress on my site and would like to do some 301 redirects.

My site currently has permalinks: http://site.com/2017/10/29/post-example/ and would like to switch to http://site.com/post-example/

But I already have more than 120 articles published and ranked by Google and would not like to lose this ranking.

I would like to know how to redirect these links without having to do one by one.

I did a search and found a website that says that you need to enter the following lines:

location ~ “^/([0-9]{4})/([0-9]{2})/([0-9]{2})/(.)$” {
rewrite “^/([0-9]{4})/([0-9]{2})/([0-9]{2})/(.
)$” http://site.com/$4 permanent;

My question is: Is this code correct? Where should I enter these lines?
I tried inserting into my nginx.conf file and then tried putting it in .htaccess. But I was not successful, because redirection is not being done after changing the permalinks.

If anyone can help me, I will be very grateful.

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2 answers

you can use this to redirect all of your old links to new domain’s respective links.
you have to put it inside of your old site’s config file (etc/nginx/sites-available/config-file-name.conf) within server { tag.

location / { rewrite ^(.*)$ http://example2.com/$1 redirect; }

Thank you very much!

That solved my problem!

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