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There are several reasons why a website might use redirects:

Change of URL: If a website changes the URL of a particular page or moves it to a new location, they might use a redirect to ensure that users who try to access the old URL are automatically redirected to the new one.

Consolidating multiple pages: Sometimes a website might have multiple pages with similar or identical content. In this case, they might use a redirect to consolidate the pages and avoid duplicate content.

Changing website structure: If a website changes its structure, it might use redirects to ensure that users can still access the content they're looking for.

To set up a redirect, press the button:



Next, write down the "Old URL" and "New URL", and click "Save" in the right-hand corner of the screen area.


To edit the redirect, click:


To delete the redirect, click: