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Luciano Ferrer

The 7 Best 404 Plugins for WordPress | Elegant Themes Blog - 0 views

    "There's one phrase every internet user will be horribly familiar with. A set of words they'll have encountered hundreds, if not thousands of times, and that always prompts a brief moment of confusion: The page cannot be found. The page you're looking for might've been removed, had its name changed, or is temporarily unavailable. "Did I make a mistake while typing?" you ask. "Is the site down? It was working a few minutes ago!" For web developers however, 404 errors are not simply small nuisances but rather a leading cause of sleepless nights. Brief downtime or linking mistakes can lead to visitors leaving your site altogether, and a multitude of dead pages can cost you in terms of SEO. Luckily there are a large number of WordPress plugins dedicated specifically to solving this problem. However, before we discuss the leading candidates, let's start with a brief word about 404s. 1. 404 Page 2. All 404 Redirect to Homepage 3. 404 to 301 4. Custom 404 Pro 5. 404 Error Logger 6. Redirection"
Vernon Fowler

Redirection - Manage 301 redirections without modifying Apache | Urban Giraffe - 0 views

  • Full regular expression support
  • Advanced users can make use of regular expressions to reduce the number of redirections they need to create. A regular expression is basically a pattern that tells the plugin how to match.
  • Remember that if the source URL is a regular expression then you must enable the regular expression option, otherwise Redirection will just treat you source URL as plain text.
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  • match the URL only when the user is logged in
  • Redirect to URL by login status This rule allows you to match a URL based upon the user’s WordPress login status. That is, if they are logged into your site.
  • Export all redirections to CSV, XML, or Apache .htaccess files Import Apache .htacces files
  • Site URL – an advanced option which allows you to set the site base URL
  • Ban IPs – prevents certain IPs from accessing your site
    "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. "
Vernon Fowler

How to Widgetize Your WordPress / BuddyPress 404 Page in 2 Simple Steps - - 1 views

    Step 1: Register the 404 Widget Area in Functions.php Step 2: Add the 404 Widget Tag to 404.php
Vernon Fowler

Creating A Great 404 Page For Your WordPress Theme | Wptuts+ - 2 views

  • We’re using the 404.php filename, so that WordPress knows to use this as the error page template.
  • Provide a contact for people to report errors.
Vernon Fowler

WordPress › Redirection « WordPress Plugins - 0 views

  • Redirections are automatically created when a post URL changes, and it is a lot easier to manually add redirections than to hack around a .htaccess. You also get the added benefit of being able to keep track of 404 errors.
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