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You can use the URL Redirect to redirect an old URL to a new one; this will ensure your SEO isn’t affected. This is an effective feature if you want to forward multiple existing sites to your new Architect site, or if you’re switching to a new domain.

Note: the redirect can be confusing for users; ensure you provide information to alert them you are redirecting.

To set up this redirect, select Settings from the left menu.

 

Select URL Redirect and this will open up the settings.

 

Click the “Add new redirect” button to create your own URL redirect.

 

Here you can enter the original page URL, e.g. if your old site was “mysite.com/example.html,” enter the “/example.html”

 

Then select the redirect location, which could be a page on your site or an external URL.

 

Once the redirect is added and you can edit/delete from the menu.

You may also upload bulk URL redirects in a CSV file.

  • Click Import Multiple Redirects to import multiple redirects.
  • Before uploading your CSV, ensure your formatting is correct. Download our CSV template by clicking the Download CSV Template link. The CSV file you intend to upload should match the structure of our template, where the first column is the old URL and the new column is the new URL.
  • Click Upload CSV.
  • Select your CSV file, and click Open.
  • Click Done.
NOTES

Each CSV file may contain up to 200 redirect URLs.

URL redirects do not support dynamic pages or blog posts. To redirect these pages, you must included the full URL (for example, www.domain.com/dynamic/page-item).

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