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    Is "redirection" a genuine WordPress plugin to redirect URLs?

    Is "redirection" a genuine WordPress plugin to redirect URLs?

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    Hi Friend,
    Redirection plugin by John Godley is the oldest WordPress URL redirection plugin. And its really does the job perfectly. But if you are already using an SEO plugin Like Rank Math, Yoast SEO, etc. then the redirection feature is already there. So, in this case, you can skip this Redirection plugin.

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    To fix this, you need to change your WordPress Address and Site Address. Go to Settings General, change your WordPress and Site Address. If you have your address with www prefix, then change it to non-www URL, and if you have it with non-www URL then add the www prefix.

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    Go to 'Settings' in the WordPress admin menu and then click on 'Website Redirect'. Enter the URL you want to redirect the site to, set the desired redirection type, set the status to 'Enabled' and save your changes!

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    Step 1: Get the “From” URL Slug and the “To” URL Slug. Before we get into the code, you need to specifically write down two things: ...
    Step 2: Code in functions. php to Redirect a Page in WordPress. ...
    Step 3: Add More Redirects. I've structured the code in such a way that you can easily add more redirections if you want.

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    Go to 'Settings' in the WordPress admin menu and then click on 'Website Redirect'. Enter the URL you want to redirect the site to, set the desired redirection type, set the status to 'Enabled' and save your changes! another one

    Step 1: Get the “From” URL Slug and the “To” URL Slug. Before we get into the code, you need to specifically write down two things: ...
    Step 2: Code in functions. php to Redirect a Page in WordPress. ...
    Step 3: Add More Redirects. I've structured the code in such a way that you can easily add more redirections if you want.

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