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This should be simple and I've looked at a number of existing questions but I still can't fix my problem. I guess I just can't wrap my head around how RewriteRule and RedirectMatch work.

I get a whole lot of server requests such as this one:http://www.yogacentersc.es/paginas/38-titulados-por-aipys?iframe=true&width=80%&height=80%

Ideally I would like to permanently redirect all these different pages to the same minus the ?iframe and following bit.

What's the best way, or the different ways to do this?

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Add the following to the virtual host section which you want:

RewriteEngine on
RewriteCond %{QUERY_STRING} iframe=
RewriteRule (.*) /$1? [R=301,L]
  • The first line enable the rewrite engine
  • The second line check if query string include iframe=
  • The $1 in the third line is back reference to the request. The question mark to remove the query string. R=301 force a redirect with 301 status, L means last rule.
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  • This works great. Thanks quanta. And thanks for the clear explanations too.
    – allesklar
    Sep 17, 2011 at 15:42
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RewriteCond %{QUERY_STRING} iframe=
RewriteRule (.*) http://www.website.com/article-name-numbers/$1? [R=301]

Try that. You'll need to put it in each article folder in a .htaccess file, since each article folder has a different URL.

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  • This is a Rails DB app so they are no really folders in there. Can I put this rule, or any other rule, in the Apache vhost? Also I need a rule for all such pages I cannot create a new rewrite rule every time the user will add a record to these pages. Thanks for your guidance.
    – allesklar
    Sep 17, 2011 at 14:58

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