Safe Redirect Manager

An easy to use, powerful redirection manager.

Safe Redirect Manager is a HTTP redirect manager for WordPress. An easy-to-use UI allows you to redirect locations to new URL’s with the HTTP status codes of your choosing. This plugin works great with multisite.

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  • Requires 3.1+
  • Downloads 410,042
  • Updated 2018-11-27
  1. Having just install the plug-In I need help. Could you please allocate some time in your busy schedule to create a Video for we WordPress Dummies on how to located the link and copy, then paste in in the redirect. This wold be very helpful.
    Thanks, Greg

  2. We have your plugin installed and have been using it with no issues. However I just tried to create a new redirect and it gave me an error saying I have reached the limit to the number we can have?

    There is a limit?

    Is there a way around this?

    If there is a limit and there is no way around it then it should say that in the description or information about the plugin.

    If there is a limit and no way around it then we are going to have to install a different plugin and manually move all of our redirects over since we need to be able to create more in the future.

    If we had known your plugin has a limit we would have either been prepared for that eventual issue or to be honest we would have chosen a different plugin from the beginning.

    Thank you,
    Cindy

  3. Hi, I am loving the Safe Redirect Manager, so thank you for that. However, recently I found that when I use post a redirected link on Facebook, FB does fetch the correct preview, but when someone clicks that link, it leads to a 404 on my website. So for instance, I will create a redirect that goes from mrsdivi.com/et to elegantthemes.com – FB retrieves the correct preview from the ET site, but when you click it, it goes to mrsdivi.com/not-found. Any fix for this issue?

  4. Hey guys,

    First, a great plugin! I wrote this comment on the plugin support thread at wp.org, however I’ve noticed that recent threads there have gone unanswered for quite some time so I thought I would let you know about this here. If this is not the right place to report such thing, please delete this comment and accept my apologies.

    Anyway, when safe redirect manager is used in combination with Elementor Pro plugin, this plugin causes conflict which causes a fatal error when trying to add a “single post” template in Elementor Pro. The error is as following:

    Fatal error: Uncaught Error: Call to a member function update_meta() on null in /wp-content/plugins/elementor-pro/modules/theme-builder/classes/conditions-manager.php:234 Stack trace: #0 /wp-content/plugins/elementor-pro/modules/theme-builder/documents/single.php(209): ElementorPro\Modules\ThemeBuilder\Classes\Conditions_Manager->save_conditions(176857, Array) #1 /wp-content/plugins/elementor/core/documents-manager.php(387): ElementorPro\Modules\ThemeBuilder\Documents\Single->save_template_type() #2 /wp-content/plugins/elementor/core/admin/admin.php(641): Elementor\Core\Documents_Manager->create(‘single’, Array, Array) #3 /wp-includes/class-wp-hook.php(286): Elementor\Core\Admin\Admin->admin_action_new_post(”) #4 /wp-includes/class-wp-hook.php(310): WP_Hook->app in /wp-content/plugins/elementor-pro/modules/theme-builder/classes/conditions-manager.php on line 234

    I tested this by disabling all plugins and enabling one by one and can confirm that it’s safe redirect manager that’s causing this.

    Hope you have a solution for this. Thanks!

    Goran

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