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Multidomain Redirect

Redirects visitors to the the site's URL as it appears in the WordPress database in case they're not already connecting through that domain.

3 reviews
Average Rating
5 out of 5 stars
Brilliant. The only plugin that worked for domain redirect.
By ,

I needed domain redirect and assumed this would be straightforward using a few htaccess rules - it is if you don't mind modifying the default rules that WordPress sets for rewriting permalinks, etc. (Or maybe I just couldn't find a working set of rules that worked without creating infinite redirect loops).

But I've found that these default rules can be reset by a well known SEO plugin if you aren't paying attention to the options set. In other words, it seems like a very good idea not to ever modify the default WordPress htaccess rules - as you can't be sure when a plugin may reset them.

So, if htaccess modification doesn't seem the right solution a plugin was the way to go...

I tried several other "redirect" plugins; none worked except for "Multidomain Redirect". Fantastic.

As McPringle has commented in the Support section, it would be nice if this plugin had 301 permanent redirection already. It isn't difficult to add if you don't mind inserting the extra line of code. (It would be nicer if the plugin itself provided back-end options on which kind of redirection you wanted.)

To be clear insert the line:

header("HTTP/1.1 301 Moved Permanently");

above the line:

header("Location: $new_url");

in the /plugins/multidomain-redirect/main.php file.

32 Lines of code
By , for WP 3.7.1

Was wondering a lot, why WordPress doesn't do this by default. But this simple plugin solves the big problem of duplicate content, when you use multiple domains.

Simple and good!
By , for WP 3.4.2

That's exactly what I was needed!

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