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    Thanks for share this knowledge.

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    Yes, you are listening right 301 is used for a redirect.

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    A 301 redirect is a permanent redirect. This is the most commonly used and powerful redirect as it passes on nearly all of the link juice of the existing domain. This type of redirect takes place on both a browser and server level. In time, the search engines will index this redirect.

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    There are 2 ways of redirect, Please have a look:
    1- A 301 redirect is a permanent redirect. This is the most commonly used and powerful redirect as it passes on nearly all of the link juice of the existing domain.

    2- A 302 redirect is used when you want to temporarily redirect a URL, but you have the intention of moving back to the old URL.
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    There are three redirect options: 301,302 and Meta Refresh

    301 redirect is a permanent redirect because it passes on nearly all the link juice of the existing domain. This redirect takes place on both levels, browser and server.
    302 are used when you want to redirect temporarily but you have the intention to moving back to the old URL.
    Suppose you’re redesigning your site and want to direct users to a different domain while you finish building site.
    Meta fresh is used on page loading screens. A message like “Click here. If you’re not redirected in 5 seconds”. This experience is a Meta refresh.

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    Thanks to share your knowledge.

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    A redirect is when a web page is visited at a certain URL, it changes to a different URL. For instance, a person visits "http://website.com/page-a" in their browser and they are redirected to "website.com/page-b" instead. This is very useful if we want to redirect a certain page to a new location, change the URL structure of a site, remove the "www." portion of the URL, or even redirect users to another website entirely (just to name a few).

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    Kindly find below the link from GoDaddy, Hope it might help you a lot.

    https://www.godaddy.com/help/create-url-redirects-5120
    Last edited by praveenitech40; 04-04-2019 at 03:49 AM.

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    301, "Moved Permanently"

    The HTTP response status code 301 Moved Permanently is used for permanent URL redirection, meaning current links or records using the URL that the response is received for should be updated. The 301 response from the Web server should always include an alternative URL to which redirection should occur. If it does, a Web browser will immediately retry the alternative URL. This is the best way to ensure that users and search engines are directed to the correct page. The 301 status code means that a page has permanently moved to a new location.

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    Yes, it is true. When we change the URL of our website or page then we use 301 redirects. So we can say that the website moves from one domain to another.

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    1. Log in to your GoDaddy account.

    2. Click Web Hosting.

    3. Next to the account you want to use, click Manage.

    4. From the Settings menu, select URL Redirects.

    5. Click the New Redirect button.

    6. Enter the domain from your account you want to redirect. If you want to redirect all of the domains in your hosting account, check the All domains on this account. Otherwise, enter the directories containing the sites you want to redirect in the Path field.

    7. Select whether or not you want all instances of your site with or without www.

    8. Click Next.

    9. Select if the destination site is http or https and enter the domain name you want to redirect to, as well as the path, if applicable. If the path box is left blank, it will redirect to the root of the domain you entered.

    10. Click Next. The Type window appears.

    11. Select which kind of redirect you want to use.

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    Thanks for the great post shared here.

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    5 Ways To Redirect A Website URL

    1. 301 Redirect.

    2. 302 Redirect.

    3. Meta Refresh.

    4. Redirect Your Old Domain to Your New One.

    5. Redirect an Old URL to a New URL.

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    5 Ways To Redirect A Website URL

    1. 301 Redirect
    A 301 redirect is a permanent redirect. This is the most commonly used and powerful redirect as it passes on nearly all of the link juice of the existing domain. This type of redirect takes place on both a browser and server level. In time, the search engines will index this redirect.

    2. 302 Redirect
    A 302 redirect is used when you want to temporarily redirect a URL, but you have the intention of moving back to the old URL. For example, you’re redesigning your site, but want to direct users to a different domain while you finish building your site.

    302 redirects aren’t used very often. If you’re considering using a 302 redirect, think carefully: you might be better off just utilizing a 301 redirect.

    3. Meta Refresh
    A meta refresh isn’t used very often. But, you’ve still probably seen this type of redirect before on page loading screens.

    Have you ever landed on a page and been greeted with a message that says, “The original URL has moved, you’re now being redirected. Click here if you’re not redirected in 5 seconds”? Then you’ve experienced a meta refresh.

    This type of redirect does pass on a little link juice, but not as much as a 301 redirect.

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