Urls Redirects: Free WordPress Plugin

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Have you ever wondered how all the gurus websites you are visiting are having nice clean Urls to all their accounts and services? Here is a very useful 100% free WordPress Plugin to achieve just that.

I think that one of the first website where I encountered this type of Urls was John Chow blog. I’m speaking about Urls like the ones I am using to link to my Twitter account: http://dukeo.com/twitter , my Facebook account http://dukeo.com/facebook and all the other stuff I’m linking from my blog.

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At first, I heard about a WordPress Plugin called “Link Ninja” or something like that, but you bet it, it was costing some money… After some research, I found this awesome plugin named “Redirection” which does just that.

Here is a list of features for this plugin:

  • Automatically add a 301 redirection when a post’s URL changes
  • Manually add 301, 302, and 307 redirections for a WordPress post, or for any other file
  • Full regular expression support
  • Apache .htaccess is not required – works entirely inside WordPress
  • Strip or add www to all your WordPress pages
  • Redirect index.php, index.html, and index.htm access
  • Redirection statistics telling you how many times a redirection has occurred, when it last happened, who tried to do it, and where they found your URL
  • Fully localized
  • 404 error monitoring – captures a log of 404 errors and allows you to easily map these to 301 redirects
  • Custom ‘pass-through’ redirections allowing you to pass a URL through to another page, file, or website
  • Full logs for all redirected URLs
  • 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!

The installation is really straightforward:

  1. Download redirection.zip
  2. Unzip
  3. Upload redirection directory to your /wp-content/plugins directory
  4. Go to the plugin management page and enable the plugin
  5. Configure the options from the Tools/Redirection page

On the options page, you can simply add new redirections as follow:

Now, you’ll have nice clean Urls for all the services you are linking to!

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4 Comments

  1. Samie

    Thank you for sharing this free alternative! For people who are just starting in this business, there are plenty of things to buy. So it’s nice to see someone helping out with free stuff.

  2. Affiliate Paying

    Seems like a great plugin. I will add it to my arsenal asap.

    Thanks for sharing with us :)

  3. Corrine

    Hi, I need help with this plugin :(
    I want to redirect my previous website to my new website but it didn’t work.

    Pls advise.

    1. Corrine, this plugin is not made to redirect a whole blog to a new one.

      If you are using wordpress, you might want to take a look at this tutorial to see how to migrate a blog to a new domain.

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