WordPress redirection plugins help you ridirect one url to anther easily without having to do much manual script writing. You may need to redirect a url if you ever change your permalink structure, or you just newly migrated from blogger to wordpress. By now I believe you must have learnt how to scan your wordpress blog for malicious code using TAC and also how to protect it from hackers.
So here are Top 7 wordpress redirection plugins to redirect ur easily
“If it finds a post according to the slug, the Plugin will redirect to the correct post and send a header message “moved permanently 301″ to change the url on the index of search engines.”
You can read more of it on the wordpress download page by clicking the link above.
“A WordPress plugin that replies a 301 permanent redirect, if requested URI is different from entry’s (or archive’s) permalink. It is used to ensure that there is only one URL associated with each blog entry. “
Simple 301 redirect
This is the best plugin if you looking to move from one platform to another (blogger to wordpress)
“Simple 301 Redirects provides an easy method of redirecting requests to another page on your site or elsewhere on the webSimple 301 Redirects provides an easy method of redirecting requests to another page on your site or elsewhere on the web. It’s especially handy when you migrate a site to WordPress and can’t preserve your URL structure.”
You retain traffic and redirection even after migrating.
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Can add “rel=nofollow” attribute to the page or menu link of the redirect
Can set a redirect page or menu link to open in a new window
You can completely re-write the URL for the redirect so it takes the place of the default page URL (rewrite the href link)
Redirect Location can be to another WordPress page/post or any other website with an external URL.
This is another very useful redirection plugin
All URLs can be redirected, not just ones that don’t exist
Redirection methods – redirect based upon login status, redirect to random pages, redirect based upon the referrer!
Automatically add a 301 redirection when a post’s URL changes
Redirect index.php, index.html, and index.htm access
Manually add 301, 302, and 307 redirections for a WordPress post, or for any other file
“The Permalink Finder Plugin detects when WordPress cannot find a permalink. Before it generates the 404 error the plugin tries to locate any posts with similar words. It does this by searching through the database trying to find any of the word values from the bad link. “
The plugin will also optionally keep track of the last few 404’s or redirects.