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First, make sure you have the 'Use jQuery?' option set in the options page. This funcitonality drastically increases the plugin's ability to add the correct properties and attributes to the links to make them work as desired. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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First, make sure you have the 'Use jQuery?' option set in the options page. This funcitonality drastically increases the plugin's ability to add the correct properties and attributes to the links to make them work as desired.
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YES, you can make the redirect link open in a new window. Simply check the "Open in a new window" box when setting up the individual redirect on the page/post edit page. Note - this option is only available for the Quick Redirects method when the 'Use jQuery?' functionality is enabled in the settings and you select the 'NW' box for the corresponding redirect. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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YES, you can make the redirect link open in a new window. Simply check the "Open in a new window" box when setting up the individual redirect on the page/post edit page. Note - this option is only available for the Quick Redirects method when the 'Use jQuery?' functionality is enabled in the settings and you select the 'NW' box for the corresponding redirect.
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YES, you can add a ' rel="nofollow" ' attribute for the redirect link. Simply check the "add rel=nofollow" box when setting up the redirect on the page/post edit page. Note - this option is only available for the Quick Redirects method when the 'Use jQuery?' functionality is enabled in the settings and you select the 'NF' box for the corresponding redirect. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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YES, you can add a ' rel="nofollow" ' attribute for the redirect link. Simply check the "add rel=nofollow" box when setting up the redirect on the page/post edit page. Note - this option is only available for the Quick Redirects method when the 'Use jQuery?' functionality is enabled in the settings and you select the 'NF' box for the corresponding redirect.
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YES... and NO... The redirect will always work on a Published Post/Page. For it to work correctly on a Post/Page in DRAFT status, you need to fist publish the page, then re-save it as a draft. If you don't follow that step, you will get a 404 error. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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YES... and NO... The redirect will always work on a Published Post/Page. For it to work correctly on a Post/Page in DRAFT status, you need to fist publish the page, then re-save it as a draft. If you don't follow that step, you will get a 404 error.
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The functionality is located in the QUICK REDIRECTS menu. The old URL goes in the Request field and the to new URL goes in the Destination field. Simple and Quick! You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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The functionality is located in the QUICK REDIRECTS menu. The old URL goes in the Request field and the to new URL goes in the Destination field. Simple and Quick!
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No. There is a Quick Redirects feature that allows you to create a redirect for any URL on your site. This is VERY helpful when you move an old site to WordPress and have old links that need to go some place new. For example, If you had a link on a site that went to http://yoursite.com/aboutme.html you can now redirect that to http://yoursite.com/about/ without needing to edit the htaccess file. You simply add the old URL (/aboutme.html) and tell it you want to go to the new one (/about/). Simple as that. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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No. There is a Quick Redirects feature that allows you to create a redirect for any URL on your site. This is VERY helpful when you move an old site to WordPress and have old links that need to go some place new. For example, If you had a link on a site that went to http://yoursite.com/aboutme.html you can now redirect that to http://yoursite.com/about/ without needing to edit the htaccess file. You simply add the old URL (/aboutme.html) and tell it you want to go to the new one (/about/). Simple as that.
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If you use a 302 redirect, the search engines will not change anything, but also index the destination page as it would any other page. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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If you use a 302 redirect, the search engines will not change anything, but also index the destination page as it would any other page.
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If you use a redirect of 301 and the content is different, then it will be indexed and ranked accordingly, as any other page would. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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If you use a redirect of 301 and the content is different, then it will be indexed and ranked accordingly, as any other page would.
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If you use a redirect of 301 AND the content on the destination URL is the same as the original page (just a different URL), then allof the ranking and 'link juice', as they say, will stay with the page. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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If you use a redirect of 301 AND the content on the destination URL is the same as the original page (just a different URL), then allof the ranking and 'link juice', as they say, will stay with the page.
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The answer is dependent on two things: You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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If you do not want a search engine to follow a Redirect URL, use the No Follow option to add 'rel="nofollow"' to the link. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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If you do not want a search engine to follow a Redirect URL, use the No Follow option to add 'rel="nofollow"' to the link.
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Yes it is. The plugin uses standard redirect status methods to redirect the URLs. SEO crawlers use the status code to determine if a page request is available, moved or if there is some other error. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Yes it is. The plugin uses standard redirect status methods to redirect the URLs. SEO crawlers use the status code to determine if a page request is available, moved or if there is some other error.
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Yes. You can perform a 301 Permanent Redirect. Additionally, you can select a 302 Temporary or a 307 Temporary redirect or a Meta redirect. Quick Redirects are always 301 unless you override them with a filter. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Yes. You can perform a 301 Permanent Redirect. Additionally, you can select a 302 Temporary or a 307 Temporary redirect or a Meta redirect. Quick Redirects are always 301 unless you override them with a filter.
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Yes, you can, but you do not always need to. If you are redirecting to an external URL, then yes. If you are just redirecting to another page or post on your site, then no, it is not needed. When in doubt, use the entire URL. For Quick Redirects, it is recommended that you use relative URLs whenever possible. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Yes, you can, but you do not always need to. If you are redirecting to an external URL, then yes. If you are just redirecting to another page or post on your site, then no, it is not needed. When in doubt, use the entire URL. For Quick Redirects, it is recommended that you use relative URLs whenever possible.
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We have tested the plugin in dozens of themes and a whole lot more plugins. In our experience, (with exception to a few bugs) many times another plugin or the theme scripting is the problem. If you do notice a problem, please let us know at info@anadnet.com - along with the WP version, theme you are using and plugins you have installed - and we will try to troubleshoot the problem. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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We have tested the plugin in dozens of themes and a whole lot more plugins. In our experience, (with exception to a few bugs) many times another plugin or the theme scripting is the problem. If you do notice a problem, please let us know at info@anadnet.com - along with the WP version, theme you are using and plugins you have installed - and we will try to troubleshoot the problem.
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