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Sitefinity has a number of methods for adding redirecting URLs, suitable for a variety of purposes. In this post, I’ll take you through the method for of adding redirection URLs for a specific page as well as creating a page specifically to redirect
to another URL.
Adding redirection URLs for a specific page can be handy in a wide variety of circumstances. For instance, if you had a page that has been published for a while under the URL of yourdomain.com/my-example and you wanted to change the URL to yourdomain.com/example,
this method would allow you to change your URL to /example while allowing for links to /my-example to redirect to the same page and prevent your users from receiving a 404 “Not Found” error.
In some cases, you’ll want a page that serves only to redirect to another page and does not contain any content of its own. Fortunately, Sitefinity makes this incredibly easy to implement.