ProcessPageRedirects by NB Communication

Provides a interface for viewing and managing redirects for all page editors.

ProcessPageRedirects

Provides a interface for viewing and managing redirects for all page editors.

ProcessWire >= 3.0.165 and PHP >= 7.3 are required to use this module.

Page Redirects


The overview page can be accessed from Pages > Redirects. This displays a table listing all the pages on the site that are viewable by the current user.

A number of actions can be taken from the table. Clicking on;

  • the title will open the page editor in a new tab/window
  • the url will open the page in a new tab/window
  • the number of redirects will open the redirects editor, if the page is editable by the current user

Edit Redirects


The redirects editor is the same one that can be accessed from the 'Settings' tab while editing a page, but is available to any user with page-edit permission for the page.

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