This article describes how to use cPanel to configure a web page to redirect to a different web page.
A redirection occurs when a web server redirects a visitor from one web page to another web page. A common use of redirection is to create shorter, easy-to-remember URLs that redirect to longer URLs. Another use is to redirect visitors from old pages on a web site to newer, updated web pages.
You can use cPanel to redirect multiple web pages, and you can specify whether redirections are temporary or permanent.
To add a redirect, follow these steps:
Under Add Redirect, select the redirection type:
In the Redirects to text box, type the destination web page.
To enable wild card redirecting, select the Wild Card Redirect check box.
You can remove a redirect when you no longer want to redirect a page to another web page. However, you cannot modify a redirect. If you need to modify a redirect, delete it and create a new one.
To remove a redirect, follow these steps:
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