To enhance SEO and visitor experience, 301 Redirects makes it easy for you to manage and create 301, 302, and 307 redirects for WordPress sites. Utilizing 301 Redirects is simple. Perfect for new sites or fixing links after rearranging your existing content, or when your site has expired content and you want to redirect visitors instead of sending them to a 404 error page. Check the 404 error log to find broken links. WP Admin – Settings – is where you can find the 301 Redirects GUI. You can find the 301 Redirects 404 Error Log widget in the WP Admin – Dashboard.
301 Redirects is a well-liked, cost-free plugin similar to Redirection. As suggested by the name, this plugin enables you to do 301, 302, and 307 redirects. You can either build a new custom URL or redirect old URLs to other posts with comparable titles, post kinds, categories, or tags.
You can keep track of error pages using the 404 error log that it provides. As a result, you won’t need to perform a manual audit on every page or check that they are all still active regularly. You can then direct those pages to the proper location when the plugin has identified any 404 pages.
Additionally, it provides a mass redirect tool that enables you to handle thousands or even millions of redirects at once. This is very helpful if you want to export every URL on your website, modify them all at once, and then import them back in.
- In addition to automatic typo correction in URLs, complete redirect and 404 logs, link scanning, and a centralized SaaS dashboard to track redirects across all of your sites, WP 301 Redirects PRO delivers these features.
- To establish a redirection, select from the dropdown menu Pages, Posts, Custom Posts kinds, Archives, and Term Archives.
- Keep query strings constant via redirection.
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