You’re about to discover a plugin that fixes 404 Page not found in WordPress automatically, and that allows you to set your own redirects. Let me back up: A 404 error or “Page not found” error is a common error in WordPress. It results when a link directs to a URL that doesn’t exist (anymore). The Page not found error can be very frustrating for your audience, so you need to fix it fast in your WordPress site. If you’re running an online business, you need to make it as easy as possible for your audience to find what they’re searching for. So knowing whether you have Page not found errors in your WordPress is crucial. But what causes “Page not found” errors? There are several reasons: A link has a typo and links to a URL that doesn’t exist The content you link to has been deleted The URL you linked to was updated You changed the WordPress permalinks Today I want to show you the plugin I use to track Page not found errors in WordPress sites and to fix them. I’m talking about 404 Redirected. This plugin hasn’t been updated for quite a while, but it’s working just fine for me. In fact, this plugin automatically fixes most of my Page not found errors and keeps a list of those it wasn’t
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