Redirects allows us to direct certain URLs to a targeted URL.

Types of redirects that can be created

  • Permanent (301, 308)
  • Temporary (302, 303, 307)

Application examples

  • Redirects can be used for search engine optimization.
  • Redirects can be used to direct users from old pages to the new ones.
  • Website relaunch can incorporate redirects in order to direct users to the new website.


  • Source: relative URL to be redirected (1)

  • Code: Type of redirect (2)

  • Priority: If more than one redirect rule could match a given source URL then the redirects with the highest priority is used

  • Target: relative URL to be redirected to (4)


You can use wildcards in order to create rules that can group or match multiple source URLs.


/old/* -> /new/

In this case, all URLs starting with /old/ will be redirected to /new/.

Additionally, you can also use the matched values in the source URL to build the target URL.

For instance, the rule:

/old/*/foo/* -> /new/$1/bar/$2

would result in the following redirect behaviour:

/old/my-fancy-product/foo/details -> /new/my-fancy-product/bar/details

You can use the placeholders in the target URL in arbitrary order. Thus, the above redirect rule could be changed to:

/old/*/foo/* -> /new/$2/bar/$1

which would result in the following redirect behaviour:

/old/my-fancy-product/foo/details -> /new/details/bar/my-fancy-product


You can create redirects as bulk with an csv-file, more explanation can be found here:

You can also download a list of all current redirect rules by clicking on the "Download .csv" button