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  • I have just used Website Auditor to map out my internal links and it shows I have a redirect for every post on my site?

    e.g redirects to the correct page

    I have never had the post on /?p=105

    It warns me I have too many redirects – how can I remove all of these all the pages are on the correct urls


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  • What is telling you that you have too many redirect?

    The p=105 is inherent to WordPress. The 105 is the Post ID. Every page, post, attachment, gets a unique ID associated with it whenever it’s created and the ID gets redirected to that specific content.

    Looking at google specifically for what’s indexed on your site these are not getting indexed.

    I don’t think you have anything to worry about.

    OK Thanks, website auditor is saying too many redirects could indicate to google the site is poorly managed.

    I have not seen any issues but just wondered if they coudl all be deleted.

    If this is standard wordpress then I will leave it.

    Never seen it referenced before

    You can read a little bit about how Permalinks work in WordPress on the following article:

    Using Permalinks

    By default WordPress uses “ugly” permalinks. You have your site, as it should be, rewritten to use Pretty Permalinks. It shouldn’t cause any issues, this is how all WordPress websites work.

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