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How to add site redirections

How to add site redirections

In this comprehensive guide, we’ll walk you through the process of how to add site redirections directly from the Netpower control panel. Site redirection, also known as URL redirection, is a process where one URL is automatically redirected to another. This is commonly used when a website undergoes changes such as a new domain name, restructuring of content, or when specific pages are moved to different locations within the site. Traditionally, implementing site redirections involves manually modifying the configuration files of your web server. Such as the htaccess file for dedicated servers or using server-side scripting for more intricate redirections. This method demands expertise in server administration and web development. As any errors in the configuration files could lead to website errors or downtime.

Fortunately, with Netpower’s intuitive control panel, adding site redirections has never been simpler. Gone are the days of grappling with complex server configurations—now, it’s just a few clicks away, saving you time, effort, and ensuring optimal efficiency.

Here’s a step-by-step guide to adding site redirections effortlessly:

  1. Log in to your client area and navigate to the services section.
  2. Click on your active domain to proceed with the redirection setup.
  3. Locate the “advanced features” section and find the option for site redirections.
  4. Click on “add new” to initiate the redirection setup process.
  5. Select the redirection type, specifying whether the redirection is permanent, temporary, or  complete replacement.
  6. Provide the local URL (URL of current page) and the destination URL (redirection URL).
  7. Click on the “add” button to finalize and implement the redirection.
  8. The redirection will be added.

With just a few simple steps, you can seamlessly redirect traffic from one URL to another. Enhancing user experience and optimizing website navigation. All thanks to Netpower’s control panel, managing site redirections has never been more accessible.

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