Redirect Path

The redirect path helps keep the technical SEO of a website up-to-date.

It will ensure all your links are in perfect working condition.

The Redirect Path is important for both search engines and visitors.

This is because the moment you delete or move your content to a different URL, you’d want your site to take the visitor to a working URL rather than land on an error page.

Here is where redirect paths come into play.

This extension will help you check whether your redirects are in perfect shape and your users are getting a great experience.

What most users like about Redirect Path is that:

  • It flags 500, 404, 302, and 301 HTTP Status Codes, JavaScript, and Meta Redirects.
  • It shows other server IP addresses and HTTP headers.
  • It highlights misdirected or broken links.