A 302 redirect is a temporary redirect from one page of a website to another page of a website. Unlike a 301 redirect, which is permanent, a 302 redirect signals to search engines that the webmaster intends to revisit the redirected page. This is an indicator that search engines should continue to index the redirected page (although it is not a guarantee that they will do so).
302 redirects are relatively uncommon. A 302 redirect is used when a webmaster intends to revise or recreate the page at an existing URL. Most often, this occurs during the migration from one CMS (content management system) to another, or a website redesign.
A 301 redirect is a permanent redirect from one page of a website to another page of a website. Unlike a 302 redirect, which is temporary, a 301...
A 404 error occurs when trying to visit a web page that does not exist. 404 errors (alternatively called HTTP 404, Page Not Found, Server Not...
Schema.org is a form of markup that makes it easier for search engines to read and index your content. Adding Schema.org markup to your HTML can...
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