This article describes how to manage redirects in Drupal. It is important to keep pages properly linked with redirects, especially on sites that have a lot of content.
Sometimes when you migrate or update a site, the new site can have URL-related issues. This article discusses how to use the Redirect module to manage URLs in Drupal. With the Redirect module, you can create manual redirects. Additionally, you can help maintain canonical URLs for all of your content, which assists in Search Engine Optimization (SEO).
To manage redirects in Drupal using the Redirect module, follow these steps:
Under SEARCH AND METADATA, click URL redirects. The Redirect page appears:
To add a manual redirect, click Add redirect:
To manage general module settings, click the Settings tab:
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