Support » Plugin: Cleverwise Redirect It » Redirect not writable

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  • finc

    (@finc)

    I changed it to txt and it added the redirect than i changed it back to php

    that redirect i added it can not find!!! Why??

    $redirects=array(‘3580550001’=>’http://domain.com/’,);

    finc

    (@finc)

    The redirect url in settings works

    http://domain.com/redirectit.php?l=3580550001

    Plugin Author Jeremy O'Connell

    (@cyberws)

    In general this happens when your web host has setup additional security. I suggest you chmod the redirectit.php file to 755 and try updating it.

    finc

    (@finc)

    I get it to write but the search does not find anything
    redirectit.php is loaded now with 2 links
    non working

    only if i manually enter this its working

    http://domain.com/redirectit.php?l=3580550001

    Plugin Author Jeremy O'Connell

    (@cyberws)

    So you now have redirectit.php being updated correctly when you click on update?

    finc

    (@finc)

    yes and the link up there work, but not when using search

    Plugin Author Jeremy O'Connell

    (@cyberws)

    Okay so that issue is resolved; the writing to redirectit.php at least.

    Now when you say search I am not following you. Do you mean when you search WordPress using the search box on the visitor pages?

    If so it won’t appear. That isn’t the point of the plugin anyway. The idea is you create redirect links, such as the one you have done, then you use that link on your WordPress site instead of say mydomain.com (using your example).

    This way no one knows where 3580550001 goes until they click on it. Plus you can easily change the destination of 3580550001 to say test.com.

    Plugin Author Jeremy O'Connell

    (@cyberws)

    I was checking in to see if your search issue was resolved or you still had questions. You never clarified if the search you were referring to meant the search for the WordPress site or the box in the Redirect plugin.

    I have solved it with another Plugin which uses the wordpress own search and redirect it to the url i setup to in he plugin.
    The plugin has two fields 1. searched word 2. redirect url.
    I more would like to search for extra-fields i added on a page and redirect to that page, but this way its okay, too.

    Regards

    Plugin Author Jeremy O'Connell

    (@cyberws)

    Sounds good.

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