Support » Plugin: Redirection » How to do url redirection without “/” at the end?

  • Redirections plugin shows that it does not find the page /2015/06/21/19935 immediately do redirection, but it does not work How do I make redirects work for these addresses?

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  • Plugin Author John Godley


    You don’t need to do anything special for URLs without a trailing slash – just include it without one in your redirect list.

    what do you mean?

    We need 2 redirects for each URL we want to assess. (if we don’t have an htaccess/we.config rule that automatically add/remove trailing slash) ?

    One with trailing slash
    One without trailing slash

    Thank you

    Maybe I have the same problem and therefore a little question.
    Google says I have 404 pages. I looked and saw that google only sees the /. Otherwise, the page would forward.
    Google-404: /category/my-article
    My URL Source: /category/my-article/
    Destination URL: /category/my-new-article

    How can I set redirection to redirect my-article and my-article/ to my-new-article?
    Is there a solution or do I have to make a redirect for my-article and an extra for my-article/? It’s all about the /.

    Do you have an idea?

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