Martech Zone articles tagged redirect:

  • Martech Zone AppsTrace Redirects Tool: View Every Redirect Hop and HTTP Status Code

    App: Trace URL Redirects and View All Your Hops with our Redirect Checker

    Redirects play a crucial role on the Internet, ensuring users are directed to the correct destination pages and resources. Redirect tracking or redirect tracing are terms used to describe the process of following and monitoring the path that a URL takes when it undergoes one or more redirects, typically to ensure that the redirects are functioning correctly and to diagnose…

  • Content MarketingWeb Design Process

    Blueprint to Success: Crafting the Ultimate Web Design Process

    Designing a website is a complex process that involves several stages, each critical to ensuring the final product meets the desired objectives. A comprehensive web design process typically encompasses the following phases: Strategy, Planning, Design, Development, Launch, and Maintenance. Below is a detailed look at each stage, along with additional vital insights that might not be immediately apparent. Step 1:…

  • Content Marketinghtaccess redirects social media shortcut urls

    Build Easy Social Media Shortcut URLs to Your Site with .htaccess

    Since Martech Zone is built on WordPress, we utilize the redirections feature in Rank Math to manage all of our referring URLs for our site. We’ve even modified our redirect code to append UTM campaign query strings automatically on any links we use like this. If you view our social links in our header, you’ll see that these are all…

  • Search MarketingWhat is a 410 Header Response Code in HTTP? Content Gone or Deleted

    410: When And How To Tell Search Engines Your Content Is Gone

    When a search bot crawls your site, your web server responds with a header request code. We’ve shared quite a bit about the negative impact of search engines finding 404 errors (page not found) and how to utilize redirections effectively to redirect the user (and the search engine) with a 301 status code to a relevant page. Redirections are a…

  • Content MarketingCode for breaking unauthorized iframing of your content online - response headers, html, javascript, nginx, apache, iis

    Iframe Breaking: How To Stop Unauthorized Iframing Of Your Content

    A visitor to my site once informed me when he clicked on one of my links on Twitter; he was brought to my site with a big popup and a malicious code warning. That’s enough to scare the heck out of someone, so I started doing some testing. There was nothing wrong with my site – the problem was the…

  • Content MarketingHow To Disable WordPress Redirect Guess

    How To Stop WordPress From Guessing Redirects When It Believes It Will Result in a 404 Error

    If you’re a longtime reader of Martech Zone, you’ve probably noticed much progress on cleaning up the site. I’ve been correcting incorrect internal links, adding many redirects, removing articles to discontinued platforms, and updating critical articles. Working nights and weekends, I’ve probably deleted over 1,000 articles and edited over 1,000 more… and my work isn’t done. Another functional change I’ve…

  • Content MarketingRegex - Regular Expressions

    New Domain Regular Expression (Regex) Redirects In WordPress

    For the last few weeks, we’ve been helping a client to do a complex migration with WordPress. The client had two products, both of which have become popular to the point that they had to split out the businesses, the branding, and the content out to separate domains. It’s quite the undertaking! Their existing domain is staying put, but the…

  • Search Marketing
    www versus non-www redirect and seo

    Finally, It’s Time to Retire Your WWW

    Sites like ours that have been around for a decade accumulated SEO rank on pages that have sustained incredible traffic. As with most sites, our domain was displayed and started with www. In recent years, the www has become less prominent on sites… but we kept ours because that subdomain had so much authority with search engines. Until now! Moz…

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