You are not buying this theme. This is only a preview for 5sec Redirect WordPress plugin which functions exactly the same on all themes.

Redirecting posts, pages and custom post types

Open the content you want to redirect. Below the content textarea you’ll see a new box titled 5sec Redirect Post Options. If you don’t see it click “Screen Options” in the top right corner of the screen and put a checkbox next to the “5sec Redirect Post Options”.
Choose the redirection type (you probably need the 301 – permanent redirect) and type in the target URL (don’t forget the suffix http:// if you’re writing an external URL). Publish the post. Any time someone tries to open that post he’ll be redirect to the new URL.

5sec Redirect Options

The options screen enables you to monitor, create and edit all rules regardless whether you created them via post options or this screen.
You can sort the rules table by clicking on any of the table headers. If you want to temporarily disable a rule edit it and set the redirect type to “disabled”.
When writing rules wildcard character (*) can be used to write a source URL that matches multiple URLs. For example rule “/year-201*/” will match both “/year-2010/” and “/year-2011/”. Be carefull not to write rules that catch too many URLs.

Redirect Types

  • disabled – used for temporarily disabling a rule
  • 301 Moved Permanently – most commonly used, tells the browser (and Google) that the URL is permanently moved and that the content can be found on the new one
  • 302 Moved Temporarily – use it when you have temporary problems with a page and when you know the rule is going to be disabled soon
  • 303 See Other – similar to 302 but handles POST requests differently
  • 307 Temporary Redirect – similar to 302 but implies that future request can be made to the original URL
  • URL cloaking – target URL will be cloked by the source URL with iframe method. Example, notice the URL.