What is a 301 redirect?
A 301 redirect indicates the permanent moving of a web page from one location to another. The 301 part refers to the HTTP status code of the redirected page. In simple terms, a 301 redirect tells the browser: “This page has moved permanently. This is the new location and we don’t intend on moving it back.”
What is the DLG?
The DLG (Deutsche Landwirtschafts-Gesellschaft – German Agricultural Society) was founded by the engineer and author Max Eyth in the year 1885. It has over 30,000 members and is a leading organisation in the agricultural and food sectors. Skip to main content Search for ×
Is Google treating your 301 redirects as soft 404’s?
Well, remember what we covered earlier about Google treating irrelevant 301 redirects as soft 404’s. This may happen when redirecting posts and pages to your homepage. But here’s the thing: if you don’t redirect these pages, then there’s a 100% chance of Google treating them as soft 404’s.
Why exhibit at DLG?
The DLG exhibitions offer a platform for presenting innovations, modern products, methods and services and for fostering intensive dialogue. read more Current News: Agriculture Systems & Components Trophy – Engineers’ Choice 2022: 20 Nominees selected_ 14.12.2021
What is 301301 status code?
301 is a status code which a server sends to your browser. It is one of many possible status codes, some of which you’ve probably heard about (including 404 – Not Found, 403 – Forbidden and, 500 – Server Error). When you visit a webpage and the server sends the page normally, the status code it attaches to that page is 200 – OK.
Can I host page-to-page 301 redirects from one domain to another?
When implementing page-to-page 301 redirects from one domain to another, you have a specific challenge to keep in mind: your redirects must be served from the original URL. It is useless if, for instance, you’ve connected HubSpot to your new domain, but not your old domain, for you to then host the 301 redirects for your old domain onto HubSpot.