Best ways that indicate the page has Permanently/Temporary moved to a new location.
Best recommended to set up 301 redirects in 1:1 relationship in WordPress when you change the URLs of your posts and pages or move your website from one domain to another to manage their page rank (or what-have-you) will be passed along to them.
Manage redirection list with Access Date, Source URL, Referrer, Access IP and Hits.
Manage the requested URL structure with host and www settings.
Don’t require to write rules in Apache .htaccess – it works entirely inside WordPress.
Eg: If you need to redirect all the old ‘HTTP’ URL to new secure ‘HTTPS’ URL then you just need to activate the plugin, it will set destination URL based on your WordPress Site URL and if you want to do custom settings in host/www then you can change it from Redirection Setting in plugin menu.
Keep tracking of 404 pages and redirect on relevant pages – Capture 404 pages from the website with their Access Date, Source URL, Referrer, Access IP, Hits, easily find that URLs and redirect it to relevant pages with Action tab.
Bulk Import/Export – Download/Upload redirection URLs in csv format from Tool in plugin menu.
It’s 100% free!
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- 301/302 Redirection.
- All redirection is occur based on 1:1 relationship for best SEO practice.
- Bulk Import/Export in CSV format of redirection list.
- Full logs of all redirected URLs with Last Access Date, Referrer URL and Access IP address.
- You can find the number of Hits in redirection links.
- Redirection based on Regular Expression.
- Option to hide the URL redirection, so you can exclude any URL from redirection list.
- Exclude the back-end from redirection
- Entire website redirected on another website
- Multiple Update/Delete option.
- Auto 404 page Tracking with Access Date, Source URL, Referrer, Access IP.
- Custom Redirection based on host and www setting.
- Apache .htaccess is not required – works entirely inside WordPress.
- WWW to NON-WWW and NON-WWW to WWW redirection without Apache .htaccess rules.
- HTTP to HTTPS and HTTPS to HTTP redirection without Apache .htaccess rules.
How to use?
- Install and activate the plugin.
- Add new redirection rule.
- You need to save the Redirection Setting once if you change the domain.
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