Setting up htaccess redirect for old website

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I have a domain at on inmotionhosting. The website is written in Drupal 8. My wife's website was on a glowhost server with DNS set up on Godaddy. I redirected the Godaddy DNS settings to InMotion DNS settings. Worked fine. Her domain was "". I can redirect the "root" of her domain, that is references to "" pretty easily using your redirect tool, which puts the following into my htaccess:

RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^sculptandprint\.com$ [OR]
RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^www\.sculptandprint\.com$
RewriteRule ^/?$ "http\:\/\/fkelly\.org\/drupal8\/gays" [R=301,L]

All well and good. However, her old site was a CMS and used a lot of URLs such as:
or even as complicated as:

I want to redirect all of these to:
The Cpanel redirect tool won't let me set up a wildcard redirect -- says it will create a loop. I have set up as an addon domain.
As far as I'm concerned, I will be happy if ANY incoming traffic with in it goes to The query string stuff can all be trashed. I don't want the incoming stuff generating not founds. How do I do this?

Hello, Thank you for your question on creating a 301 redirect for your site. 301s can be tedious and hard to dial in, but work well once they are set up. You may want to take a look at our article on setting up 301 redirects. It goes over several different scenarios that may assist you in getting the correct redirect to the site. Kindest Regards, Scott M