Configure redirections for marketing,
HTTP traffic management or content optimization

Create redirects with ease in a matter of seconds with the most powerful redirection engine for professional websites lets you create redirections in a very simple and intuitive way, with a concern for efficiency and performance. Whether you need redirects for marketing purposes, to track social media marketing campaigns, to manage out-of-stock products, to re-organize you website traffic after a redesign, or simply to fix the day-to-day errors, we provide you with the perfect solution to manage your website redirections in a safe and simple way. Creating HTTP redirects is useful in many contexts: read about it in our knowledge base.

  • create all types of redirections
  • support for 301, 302, 307, 308
  • absolute or relative redirects
  • markers and regular expressions, the easy way
  • check your redirections with examples
  • complete import and exports facilities
  • get usage logs for each rule
  • preview the effect of a rule before it is in production
HTTP redirection creation form

Create all types of redirections supports all types of HTTP redirects, either permanent or temporary. We also allow to create less common 307 et 308 redirections, if this is required by your business.

Our redirection engine is very flexible, performant, and can adapt to every marketing or business requirement.

Read our docs about redirection types

Markers allow to create redirections based on regular expressions

Use markers for advanced rules

Creating redirection rules that match several URLs is usually done using regular expressions, which are not the most user-friendly thing!

Our redirect engine allows to create regex-based redirect rules in an easy way, using the rules creation assistant. We provide many marker types and options, along with marker transformers.

Our documentation about markers

Using examples to validate a redirection rule works

Use logs as examples

Creating redirections raises a number of questions: will this rule be used? Will it overlap another rule? Does it work as I expect it? helps answer these questions with the concept of examples. Real-life traffic logs are used to generate example requests that are attached to newly created rules (and you can add your own examples).

Before publishing the ruleset, testing that all the examples work as expected avoids bad surprises!

The redirect rule details panel displays the redirection usage

Get usage details for each rule

Once a rule is published, we log each of its usage and offer a complete overview of the rule impact on your website’s traffic. You can also read all the history of the rule, see who made changes to the rule, and how often it has been used since then.

From the rules details panel, it is possible to get the list of all the requests that have been matched using this rule, which is helpful to analyze the efficiency of your redirects.

The impact panel validates the redirect rule against example requests

Test the rules before they are applied in production

The examples attached to redirection rules act like unit tests: we provide an in-deep action inspector, which explains why a request is matched or not, gives the list of all the matched rules in the ruleset for this request, and compute the expected response for this request.

Using helps to avoid deploying in production untested redirects.

Mohammed Al Hashamy

We looked at a lot of tools on the market before deciding on Ultimately, had the easiest to use interface and all the advanced features needed to fully deploy and manage our redirections. It was easy-to-use, intuitive and the customer support was unmatched.

Mohammed Al Hashamy
Web Developer, Luca Faloni

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