I've two domain names within the format of foo.com and foo.internet. I presently possess the following during my .htaccess to redirect non-world wide web to world wide web:

# Rewrite Hyperlink to pressure World wide web

  RewriteCond % ^[^.]*.[^.]*$

  RewriteCond % !=443

  RewriteRule ^ http://world wide web.%% [R=301,L]

  RewriteCond % ^[^.]*.[^.]*$

  RewriteCond % =443

  RewriteRule ^ https://world wide web.%% [R=301,L]

  RewriteCond % ^www.(.*.[^.]*.[^.]*)$ [NC]

  RewriteCond % !=443

  RewriteRule ^ http://%1% [R=301,L]

  RewriteCond % ^www.(.*.[^.]*.[^.]*)$ [NC]

  RewriteCond % =443

  RewriteRule ^ https://%1% [R=301,L]

However, I wish to redirect Web addresses ending insinternet to visit .com, such as the subdomains. Good examples:

foo.internet -> foo.com
world wide web.foo.internet -> world wide web.foo.com
foo.internet/bar -> foo.com/bar
sub.foo.internet -> sub.foo.com
sub.foo.internet/bar -> sub.foo.com/bar

I previously had this on another site, however it was years back and that i not have the .htaccess any longer. Does anybody know a good way to do this?

Edit: This is actually the relaxation from the .htaccess:

# BEGIN WordPress

#

  RewriteEngine on

#

# Unless of course you've set another RewriteBase preceding this time,

# you might remove or comment-the following RewriteBase directive

# RewriteBase /

#

# if the request is perfect for "/" or was already rewritten to Wordpress

  RewriteCond $1 ^(index.php)?$ [OR]

# or maybe request is perfect for image, css, or js file

  RewriteCond $-(presendigitalpngphpicocssjs)$ [NC,OR]

# or maybe URL resolves to existing file

  RewriteCond % -f [OR]

# or maybe URL resolves to existing directory

  RewriteCond % -d

# then skip the rewrite to Wordpress

  RewriteRule ^(.*)$ - [S=1]

# else rewrite the request to Wordpress

  RewriteRule . /index.php [L]

#

# Finish wordpress

# Rewrite Hyperlink to pressure World wide web

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Disregarding the truth that this really is undoubtedly probably the most devilish rewrite ruleset that I have ever written, this remarkably appears to consider proper care of that which you presently have, plus what you would like, inside a nice, compact package.

Tell me for those who have any issues with it:

RewriteCond % =on

RewriteRule .* - [E=RW_HTTPS:s]

RewriteCond %     ^www.(.*.[^.]*.[^.]*)$ [NC,OR]

RewriteCond world wide web.% ^(www.[^.]*.[^.]*)$

RewriteRule .* - [E=RW_THOST:%1]

RewriteCond %  ^(.*).(internetcom)$         [NC,OR]

RewriteCond %     ^(.*).internet$               [NC]

RewriteRule .* http%://%1.com% [R=301,L]