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Random Redirect 2

Description

This is an expansion of Matt Mullenweg’s original Random Redirect plugin which allowed you to create a link to link to yourblog.example.com/?random which would redirect the visitor to a random post or page on your website in a manner similar to StumbleUpon. Matt’s original plugin also allowed you to limit the randomness to specific categories and post/page status.

We have taken the original plugin a step further, with Random Redirect 2 you can specify random_tag_id or random_year or random_month or random_keyword too, giving you fine grained control of the level of randomness. In addition to the extra parameters, you can also combine parameters!

For detailed usage examples visit the official site.

  • Author: Chris Adams
  • Author URI: http://ShowAppeal.com
  • Copyright: Released under GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE

Installation

  1. Unzip and copy the random-redirect-2 folder to your /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the Random Redirect 2 on your plugins page
  3. Create your random URL links

FAQ

How to Use Random Redirect 2

For detailed usage examples visit the official site.

Contributors & Developers

“Random Redirect 2” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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Changelog

1.0

  • Ability to combine parameters
  • New parameters include: random tag id, random keyword, random year, and random month