All 404 Redirect to Homepage

I have a website, every time I login to Google webmaster tools, I found many new discovered 404 error links, the problem is not in 404 errors itself, but when Google see them and count them for you!, I think that this count used in the overall site evaluation and ranking, I decided to develop All 404 Redirect to Homepage WordPress Plugin to solve these errors in SEO way by redirecting them using SEO 301 redirection

How to Install

Extract the zip file and just drop the contents in the wp-content/plugins/ directory of your WordPress installation and then activate the Plugin from Plugins page.

How to Install WordPress Plugins

On installing plugins on a self-hosted WordPress blog, we will begin at the ‘Install Plugins’ page. This page can be accessed by going to Plugins -> Add New from the left side menu bar.

On the ‘Install Plugins’ page, you are able to search for the relevant plugins or upload plugin files directly from your computer. Click on ‘Upload’ from the row of links at the top of the page.

If you are not sure how to begin searching for plugins, the links at the top of the page certainly come in useful. They are ‘Featured’, ‘Popular’, ‘Newest’ and ‘Favorites’.

Popular tags for plugin searches are also displayed on this page.

 

DOWNLOAD PLUGIN

view this posts if you want more details about installing plugins:

ChangeLogs:

  • Fix for issue that may cause infinite redirect loop
  • Support Handling all 404 error pages when using default permalink structure.

Install It in your wordpress site and Re-Direct your 404 -Error page to Your any customized Page.

One thought on “All 404 Redirect to Homepage

  • February 25, 2016 at 11:35 am
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    Hi Vinayak

    I don’t know much about 404 error pages because I had started my blogging career recently.

    But somewhere I read that If any blogger or writer deleted the existing web page then the URL of that web page becomes 404 URL and that page becomes 404 page.

    It is also said that Google don’t like 404 page so I checked my site whether I had any 404 page or not then I found few of the 404 error pages on my site also.

    But Now after reading this post, I can easily handle these pages.

    Thanks for sharing such a helpful post with us. 😀

    Reply

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