Looking for a WordPress redirect plugin to set up 301 or 302 redirects on your site?
In this post, we are going to share four functional yet simple redirect plugins. We will explain how each one is different and how to set up a redirect with these plugins without having to use your site’s
Are you ready? Let’s get started.
Four WordPress redirect plugins to use in 2020
Redirection is undoubtedly the most popular option for setting up a WordPress redirect. You can install this to keep an eye on your 404 errors and for creating a permanent redirect on the website level – from one web page on your domain to another in the same domain.
- Login status
- Full logging
- Track 404 errors
- Easy to use
- Conditional redirects
- Apache and Nginx support
- Browser, referrer, and cookie redirects
- HTTP headers
- REGEX available
- Import & export options
- Complete documentation
How to use it
Of the four WordPress redirect plugins, this one is the simplest. Once you install it from the WordPress directory, go to the installed plugins list and hit the settings link under the Redirection plugin. It will then take you to a setup page. Click the Start setup button and check the boxes for additional features.
After this, it will begin to appear on the left sidebar. Just go to the Redirection plugin’s window.
Then, click the Redirects link. In the source URL enter
/ followed by the page or post you want to redirect.
Keep the query parameters on default and enter the complete URL to which you want to redirect in the target URL field. You can even select the group for whether it’s a redirect or modified post. You can also create your own groups from the Groups tab.
Once you do this, simply click the Add Redirect button and you are good to go. If redirects don’t work, clear your site’s cache and check again.
This article was written by Pulkit Bhardwaj and originally published on ThemeIsle Blog.