DNN - Sub folders - google indexing - 301 redirect

Discussion in 'Third-party applications' started by Bobter, Feb 14, 2010.

  1. Hi,

    I orginally had a DNN site on the root folder which I then moved to a subfolder and put in an IIS 7 HTTP redirect (302).

    Google would not crawl the site at my new location so I've nowed changed it to a 301 (permanent redirect).

    Is there anything else I should do to get google to look at this new location?
  2. Ray


    The 301 permanent redirect should work. Google is pretty restrictive with redirects so I suggest you be judicious with your redirects. If you are still having problems getting listed, it may not be the redirect by your meta tags. You may want to check on that.
  3. So what is in your site root now, nothing?

    Google will find the new location through a 301 or a link from the index...as long as the DNN directory isn't orphaned somehow they will find it.

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