The Redirection Plugin Solves WordPress 301 and 404 Errors

  • Are you moving your WordPress site to a new URL or directory?
  • Are you updating some of your site’s permalinks?

If so, you need the Redirection plugin for WordPress.

Redirection can manage 301 redirections, keep track of 404 errors, and tidy up any loose ends your site has with permalinks.

Here are 3 videos to get anyone started with the Redirection plugin:

Introduction to the Redirection Plugin

How to Use the Redirection Plugin

The Safe Redirect Manager


  • Topher DeRosia

    Topher is an accomplished programmer, having written his own content management systems and managed some very large websites. He loves to help people and believes playing with WordPress is fun. Topher lives in Michigan, USA.

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Hi Topher,
Thanks for these very informative videos. Can’t resist complimenting also about the refreshingly nice production quality 🙂
Using either of the two plugins you demonstrated here, is it possible to add bulk redirects?
The case in point is change in domain name, where you would want to redirect all pages from old domain to new domain. Adding redirects one by one for each page doesn’t sound like a good solution.
Appreciate you help please.

Anna Victoria

Thanks for sharing useful information.
I want to add one more free Trash Duplicate and 301 Redirect WordPress helper

plugin that can find duplicate post, pages, custom posts, etc. and delete that duplicates. See more: [url=][/url]


I installed the Redirections Plugin.  I accidentally regrouped by URL and redirected my own URL by accident.  How can i fix this. Thank you


Hi, Thopper. how are you? My friend is possible with you to make any modifications to one  wordpress pluging of dropshipping, for to add  geolocations and  delimited area, for operations?  Can you helpme, please? My email is

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