How to Set Up Redirections in WordPress Using Rank Math? Rank Math SEO

If you decide to change any existing URLs on your website, setting up a redirection to the new URL makes sense. So that when your visitor lands on the old URL, the browser lets them know that the URL has been moved and automatically takes them to the new URL.

Setting up redirections can be quite intriguing initially, but if misconfigured, they can affect your website’s SEO in the long run, without even you realize it.

Rank Math has a built-in module for setting up Redirections, and so you don’t have to rely on any additional plugins. If you haven’t installed the Rank Math plugin yet:

In this visual walkthrough, we’ll show you how to set up redirections with Rank Math and configure the redirection settings as well. If you’d like to navigate through this detailed tutorial,

0:29 Source URLs
0:54 Ignore case
1:04 Match Type Field
1:39 Regex / Regular Expressions
2:25 Multiple Source URLs
2:56 Destination URL
3:18 Redirection Types
3:58 Maintenance Codes
4:46 Status field (enabled/disabled)
5:14 Redirection Categories
5:44 Bulk Actions
5:50 Redirections Statistics
6:11 Import & Export / Backup Redirections
6:46 Settings: Redirections debugger (in Redirections Settings)
7:26 Settings: Fallback behavior (in Redirections Settings)
7:43 Settings: Set default Redirection Type
7:49 Auto Post Redirect (in Redirections Settings)

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