Admins see what 404 URLs people are accessing and add custom page redirects, so traffic won't be lost.
Unpack and upload it to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress.
Here are some key features of "404 Redirected":
· Get list of 404 URLs as they happen inside the admin panel
· Easily redirect 404 URLs to existing pages or choose to ignore the 404 error
· Ability to suggest tag and category pages
· Ability to create automatic redirect for misspelled tag and category pages
· Ability to view logs of hits to 404 pages and redirects including referrer data
· Ability to remove automatically remove redirects when the URL matches a new page or post permalink
· Ability to automatically remove manual and automatic redirects once they are no longer being used
· All features work with both pages and posts
· Create automatic redirects for any URL resolving to a single page or post that isn't the current permalink
· Provides the ability to automatically create redirects based on the URL the visitor was most likely trying to visit
· Provide visitors with a list of suggested pages on the 404 page when a automatic redirect can not be made
· WordPress 3.1 or higher
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Fixed bug that caused cron jobs not to register properly.
· Stopped automatic deletion of redirects and logs from happening.