There's a webpage with two domain names:
world wide web.exampleone.com
world wide web.exampletwo.com

I want a redirect towards the start page:
world wide web.exampleone.com to world wide web.exampleone.com/#!/news.html
world wide web.exampletwo.com to world wide web.exampletwo.com/#!/news.html

and finally, for every page I want a redirect such as this, e.g.: world wide web.exampleone.com/about.html to world wide web.exampleone.com/#!/about.html world wide web.exampletwo.com/about.html to world wide web.exampletwo.com/#!/about.html

I do not really understand how to solve that, must i use Javascript or .htaccess? going back redirect during my example, it's easier to use conditions right? but exactly how?

any ideas?

Note: The contents consist of ajax, therefore the index page is definitely exactly the same, that why the /#!/... factor.

EDIT: straightforward, you will find the live addresses http://world wide web.jester04.ch or http://world wide web.jester04baden.ch, the startpage redirect is solved as you can tell within the js file, as well as the /#!/ redirects I still need assistance, thanks.

First I'd redirect both home pages:

RewriteCond % ^/$

RewriteRule (.*) /#!/news.html [R,L]

Then the rest of the pages

RewriteRule (.*) /#!/$1 [R,L]

Did not test drive it but this will work.

You are able to put this block of JS code inside separate .js file then include this file in each and every page:

var sURL = (window.location.href + "").replace("http://", "")

if (sURL.indexOf("/#!/") < ) 

Should work:

redirect 301 / http://world wide web.exampleone.com/#!/news.html

redirect 301 /about.html http://world wide web.exampleone.com/#!/about.html

same for exampletwo.com

Put this inside a .htaccess file within the root folder.