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Setting redirects

The redirects may be used when you want to send traffic from any outdated URLs on your site to the new page. This option automatically sends site visitors to a different URL than the one they originally typed into their browser or selected from a search engine results page. It also redirects the search engines to crawl and index the newest page.

Tip: Redirects will also come in handy if you want to keep SEO ranking while moving your site to Weblium.

You can set the redirect within a single site only. For example, you used to have a page with the URL You deleted it and created a new one — In order not to lose traffic, you can add the link to the previous page in the new page's settings. Therefore, upon clicking on, visitors will automatically land on

Setting redirects

Firstly, open the site's editor and navigate to the pages menu in the toolbar:

Choose the page where your site visitors should land, access its settings by clicking on the gear and navigate to the SEO tab:

Turn on the option Set redirect from other URLs and enter the page URL where the redirect will be from:

Important: For the redirect to work, the previous page must be inactive (deleted or already with another URL).

Click Done and publish the changes.

Tip: By default, the page name in the editor becomes its URL. Check the Changing page URL article for more detailed information on how you can set up a unique URL for your page.

Note: This feature utilises non-cacheable redirects (302).

Updated on: 04/26/2024

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