WordPress Redirect Plugins post provides information on the following plugins Redirection and 301 Redirect.
Last Updated: August 4, 2020
Latest News: Updated the version number.
The following list of plugins will help you find out about your broken links and help you redirect all your broken links from one URL address to a different URL address.
If you don’t monitor your website for broken links after a period of time your broken links can grow very rapidly especially if your website generates a lot of traffic, you have a blog or a membership site, you sell products and more.
Broken links on your site can cause SEO issues with search engines like Google and Bing. Search engines don’t like websites with broken links it kind of sends a negative message.
There might times when you need to change the name of one of your pages or post. These plugins can help you redirect your old URLs to the new URL.
You might like to read my tutorial Google Webmaster Tools Broken Links Tutorial.
Information: Always remember to try and not have too many plugins added to your website or blog. The more plugins you add the more request and processing resources it requires to use from your server!!!
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WordPress Redirect Plugins
Redirection is a WordPress plugin to manage 301 redirections and keep track of 404 errors without requiring knowledge of Apache .htaccess files.
You might like to read the following tutorial WordPress Redirection Plugin Redirects Settings.
Important: This plugin has now reached more than 9 million downloads. There are more than 1 million active installs.
Version 4.8.0 | By John Godley | Last Updated: May 24, 2020 | Compatible up to WordPress 5.4.1
301 Redirect (Note: Currently this plugin has been removed from downloading because of a security risk in the code. I will wait to see if the issue is fixed before I remove it from my list.)
Quick Redirects are designed to be quick and simple to add. You do not need to have an existing page or post set up to add one. You just put the Request URL and the Destination URL and the plugin will redirect it. This type of redirect is great for fixing typos when a page was created, redirecting old URLs to a new URL so there is no 404, and to redirect links from an old site that has been converted to WordPress.
Version 5.2.0 | By anadnet | Last Updated: July 31, 2020 | Compatible up to WordPress 5.2.7
This list will change from time to time and it will grow with more plugins added. Please keep coming back to review the changes and additions.
If you have a questions please let me know
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