Redirect Path

Review:

Redirect Path flags up 301, 302, 404 and 500 HTTP Status Codes as well as client side redirects like Meta and Javascript redirects, bringing potential issues that may not otherwise be seen to your attention immediately. As well as flagging up redirects and errors, the plugin also displays other HTTP Headers (such as server types and caching headers) and the server IP Address at the click of a button. All the magic happens on your computer, so it doesn’t “phone home” to anyone (except when auto-updating itself) and is instantaneous...

Redirect Path Review

Redirect Path flags up 301, 302, 404 and 500 HTTP Status Codes as well as client side redirects like Meta and Javascript redirects, bringing potential issues that may not otherwise be seen to your attention immediately.

As well as flagging up redirects and errors, the plugin also displays other HTTP Headers (such as server types and caching headers) and the server IP Address at the click of a button.

All the magic happens on your computer, so it doesn’t “phone home” to anyone (except when auto-updating itself) and is instantaneous.

The redirect path logo is from the "Iconic" icon set, which can be found here: http://somerandomdude.com/work/iconic/

CHANGELOG:

2.1.0: Added a '+' to icon when multiple redirects are detected

2.0.0.6: Major rewrite - a lot of logic has been changed under the hood allowing us to display Meta and Javascript redirects for the first time.

1.0.1 Added an explanation when a 307 Redirect is reported due to chrome caching a HSTS based http > https redirect.
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