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Redirection is a WordPress plugin to manage 301 redirections, keep track of 404 errors, and generally tidy up any loose ends your site may have. This is particularly useful if you are migrating pages from an old website, or are changing the directory of your WordPress installation.

Note: this is the current 'trunk' version of Redirection. It may be newer than what is in the plugin repository, and should be considered experimental.


Redirection can be installed by visiting the plugin page:


Redirection provides a large set of WordPress action and filter hooks that can be used to extend or customise the plugin. These can found on the Redirection Hooks page.


Access to the Redirection admin interface is given to users who can manage_options. You can modify this with permission filters, described on the Redirection permissions page.


Redirection is mostly a PHP plugin, but does contain files that need to be built. For this you'll need Gulp, Node, and Yarn installed. Install required modules with:

yarn install

Language files

gulp pot - Updates language files


Some parts of the UI are React and can be built with:

yarn build

To use in development mode then set REDIRECTION_DEV_MODE to true in PHP, and run:

yarn start

This will start Webpack in hot-reload mode, and you can make changes to JS files and have them auto-loaded.


Finally, to produce a release copy:

gulp plugin


Please raise any bug reports or enhancement requests here. Pull requests are always welcome.

You can find a more detailed description of the plugin on the Redirection home page

Translations can be added here:

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