404 Redirection - Version 1.4

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  • Updated readme.txt file
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Developer wordpress_website
Plugin Icon wp plugin 404 Redirection
Version 1.4
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Code changes from version 1.3 to 1.4

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  1. index.php +2 -2
  2. readme.txt +6 -15
index.php CHANGED
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Description: Permanently redirect all 404's to the main blog URL. The primary purpose is to salvage Google PageRank (TM) from missing pages.
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Author: wordpress-website.org
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Author URI: http://wordpress-website.org/
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- Version: 1.3
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- Stable tag: 1.3
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License: GPL v2 - http://www.gnu.org/licenses/old-licenses/gpl-2.0.html
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License:
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Description: Permanently redirect all 404's to the main blog URL. The primary purpose is to salvage Google PageRank (TM) from missing pages.
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Author: wordpress-website.org
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Author URI: http://wordpress-website.org/
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+ Version: 1.4
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+ Stable tag: 1.4
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License: GPL v2 - http://www.gnu.org/licenses/old-licenses/gpl-2.0.html
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readme.txt CHANGED
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Tags: 404, redirect, redirects, redirector, server error, redirection
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Requires at least: 2.0.2
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Tested up to: 3.3.1
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- Stable tag: 1.3
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Permanently redirect all 404's to the main blog URL. The primary purpose is to salvage Google PageRank (TM) from missing pages.
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= Do I have to configure anything? =
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- Nope. The plugin is ready to go once you install it. However, the date and time is based upon the timezone setting under the General Settings section of WordPress, and NOT that of your server time. If you find that the 404 logs are not displaying the accurate time, you may need to adjust your timezone.
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- = Can I view a log of the 404's? =
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- Yes! The "404 Tracker" link is located under the "Tools" tab. Just to be clear, no 404's were actually generated. The log serves as a way of tracking the 404's that would have otherwise been created if not for this awesome plugin.
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- = Why do some rows within the "404 Tracker" tinted red? =
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- The red tinted rows serve as an easy visual reference for every 404 that occured within the past 24 hours.
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- = What does "URL Typo" in the Referring URL column mean? =
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- For instances when there is no referrer, it is assumed that the requested URL that generated a 404 was mistyped.
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= Can you give me some examples for why this plugin may be beneficial to me? =
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== Changelog ==
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= 1.3 =
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* Set a high priority of plugin execution.
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* Switched to native WP redirection.
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* Replaced depreciated 'site_url' function call.
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= 1.0 =
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- * Created plugin
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Tags: 404, redirect, redirects, redirector, server error, redirection
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Requires at least: 2.0.2
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Tested up to: 3.3.1
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+ Stable tag: 1.4
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Permanently redirect all 404's to the main blog URL. The primary purpose is to salvage Google PageRank (TM) from missing pages.
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= Do I have to configure anything? =
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+ Nope. The plugin is ready to go once you install it.
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= Can you give me some examples for why this plugin may be beneficial to me? =
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== Changelog ==
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+ = 1.4 =
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+ * Updated readme.txt file
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= 1.3 =
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* Set a high priority of plugin execution.
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* Switched to native WP redirection.
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* Replaced depreciated 'site_url' function call.
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= 1.0 =
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+ * Created plugin