If you want to keep your website healthy, you have to create redirects on a regular basis. For instance, if you delete a post or page, or move content to a new URL, creating a redirect is something you should never forget.
Find out all about redirects in our posts and choose the best solution for your website.
Have you ever wondered: "What is a redirect?" Well, redirects make a browser go from one URL to another URL. Read on to find out more!
The redirect manager in the Yoast SEO Premium plugin is the ultimate tool to make, edit and improve redirects for edited or deleted URLs.
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