I have a site that's currently using Helicon Linkfreeze rewriting the URLS. We want to move hosting and would prefer to use native CFML to rewrite the URLs or at least have CFML forming the safe URLs on the page vs. Linkfreeze doing it. This will require two steps I think.
1. Make the CFML code make the URLs SEF in the actual page code.
2. Either with [url removed, login to view] or IIS mod_rewrite catch and transform the URL to the actual real URL.
*The current URL structure is in the form of
/Product_Detail~category~214~Product_ID~[url removed, login to view]
which translates into
/[url removed, login to view];Product_ID=232
***The current URL structured is indexed well in the search engines so I don't want to break that, so I'd like to have old structure do a HTTP301 redirect to the new structure of
/[url removed, login to view] for product detail page and
/[url removed, login to view] for category listing pages.
It doesn't have to be exactly like this but you get the idea, I want the keywords in the URL's and the current URL structure 301 redirect to the new structure, and the new structure translates into the real actual URL.
Our new hosting company uses IIS Mod-Rewrite by micronoave, if we need to use that, but I prefer to use native CFML if possible?
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