ProcessJumplinks by Mike Rockett

Manage permanent and temporary redirects. Uses named parameters, mapping collections, and page selectors.

Shield: Tagged Release license v2

As of version 1.5.0, Jumplinks requires at least ProcessWire 2.6.1 to run. At the time of writing this, version 3 on the development branch is also supported.

In Development: Jumplinks 2, a complete rewrite, is in the works. You can track the status of behind-closed-doors development here. Once an alpha-candidate is ready, it will be pushed to its own branch with the details. Documentation will follow shortly thereafter.


Jumplinks is an enhanced version of the original ProcessRedirects by Antti Peisa.

The Process module manages your permanent and temporary redirects (we'll call these "jumplinks" from now on, unless in reference to redirects from another module), useful for when you're migrating over to ProcessWire from another system/platform.

Each jumplink supports wildcards, shortening the time needed to create them.

Unlike similar modules for other platforms, wildcards in Jumplinks are much easier to work with, as Regular Expressions are not fully exposed. Instead, parameters wrapped in {curly braces} are used - these are described in the documentation.


Quick Installation

  1. Under Modules, go to the New tab.
  2. Enter the class name (ProcessJumplinks) and click Download & Install.

Manual Installation

  1. Download the module from here
  2. Copy the ProcessJumplinks folder to site/modules
  3. Go to Modules in your admin panel, and find ProcessJumplinks. If it's not listed, you'll need to click Refresh.
  4. Install the module and configure it, if needed.

Documentation & Support

You can view the documentation here, and get support in the forums.

Contributing & License

If you have any issues to report (such as a bug or oversight), please use the issue tracker.

Module is released under the ISC License. The CSV package by The League of Extraordinary Packages is licensed under the MIT License.

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