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Is there any way to dynamically redirect URLs. For example, I want to redirect any URL from https://example.com/NNNNN to https://examplecom/?p=NNNNN.

Where NNNNN could be any possible numbers.

For example: https://example.com/1796 should redirect to https://example.com/?p=1796.

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StackOverflow has already an answer for your question: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/2551553/htaccess-redirecting-dynamic-url

I guess that this should do the trick:

RewriteRule ^(\d+)$ /?p=$1 [R=302,L]
  • Thanks realloc, i tried this but didnt work for me. I tried below code. RewriteRule ^/(\d[^/]+) /?p=$1/ [R=302,L] – Avinash Patel Apr 1 at 8:30
  • In .htaccess (directory context) you need to remove the slash prefix on the RewriteRule pattern. (The above directive - with a slash prefix - will never match.) This directive also needs to go near the top of the .htaccess file, before the WordPress front-controller (otherwise it will never get processed). If the source URL should only ever contain digits then include an end-of-string anchor $ on the pattern. – MrWhite Apr 1 at 15:33
  • @MrWhite thanks but sorry to say i not very clear i can place the code on top of .htaccess but could you please confirm the code should like after amendment. Are you saying it should be like RewriteRule ^(\d[^/]+) ?p=$1/ [R=302,L] – Avinash Patel Apr 1 at 16:02
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    Not quite... only remove the slash prefix on the RewriteRule pattern, not the substitution. You also added a slash to the end of the substitution - that's not in your initial example? For example: RewriteRule ^(\d[^/]+) /?p=$1 [R=302,L]. If the URL should only consist of digits then the regex should be more restrictive: RewriteRule ^(\d+)$ /?p=$1 [R=302,L] – MrWhite Apr 1 at 16:10
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    I corrected the answer to reflect what @MrWhite wrote in the comments. Very interesting, thanks! – realloc Apr 2 at 8:58

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