Checking redirects

Displays a chain of redirects.

Checking redirects is required for site SEO optimization. For example, you connected an SSL certificate, after which the site becomes available both via HTTP and HTTPS, search engines will consider sites to be duplicates, as a result of which they will be downgraded in search results. You will need to set up a redirect from HTTP to HTTPS. With the help of Redirect Tracker, you can track the chain of redirects. It is very important that there is only one redirect between the start and end URL.

The service is also useful when you need to check redirects from WWW to non-WWW, or from index.php to "/", or from a page with a slash at the end, to a page without a slash, or some other option. For all these cases, you can use Redirect Tracker and get the whole redirect chain.