I’m recommending it at the first position because of two reasons. First, it comes with all required functionalities, and second, it is used by over half a million of active users. It is extremely easy to use and get started and you don’t require any coding knowledge to make it work. As you can judge from the name itself, this plugin can put a redirect functionality to the 404 error, which can convert the error into a valuable end. You’re allowed to control the redirection and set the specific page, and even configure the setting according to the custom requirements. For the redirection, it uses the 301 requests while keeping a full log of every 404 error.
- It allows adding 301, 302, and 307 redirections manually to any post or page.
- The product is available in over 20 internationally known languages and is translatable among those.
- If you want, you can even redirect an available URL, increasing the functionality of the plugin beyond 404 error.
- There is no pricing involved and there is still some level of support offered by the developer.
- Open source
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