Most bloggers are creating a library of content to engage readers in their particular niche. Updating your content, changing dates, changing permalinks and redirecting posts are all very confusing to most of us. In this ~2 minute tutorial, I walk through how to delete and redirect a post without breaking any links.
Other tutorials on updating content:
I had a request for this tutorial and I get this question a lot.
How do you create a redirect if you want to delete an old and obsolete post?
In this case, you’ll see Suzy’s old post that she wasn’t going to refresh or archive – it just had to go. So here is how to delete that old post, without breaking any links – aka a redirection.
Follow Along Prep
In order to follow along the video tutorial, you’ll need:
- to be logged into your WordPress Dashboard
- the Redirection plugin by Godley
Questions? Leave ’em below!