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How to make a wildcard redirect
  1. In the header, click |mi-add|.

  2. From the Create list, select Wildcard Redirect. A blank content edit page appears.

  3. In the Name field, enter a name describing the purpose of the redirect.

  4. Under the Local URLs field, enter a URL for retired content.

  5. In the Destination field, enter a URL with the content to display.

  6. Toggle on Temporary to have the server send an HTTP 302 temporary redirect to the browser. If toggled off, the server sends a 301 permanent redirect.


    A temporary redirect instructs search engines to temporarily replace the older URL in their listings with the new one; however, the search engines continue to scan the site at the old URL and will deliver that page after you delete the temporary redirect.

  7. Under Query String, select one of the following:

    1. Ignore—The URL's query string is ignored.

    2. Modify—Allows you to modify the URL's query string by specifying the keys to keep, or by adding new ones.

    3. Preserve—The URL's query string is preserved.

  8. Toggle on Transfer Matched Segments to transfer any matching segments from the source URL path to the target URL path. Local URLs must contain wildcards for this setting to take effect.

  9. Complete your site's workflow and publish the vanity URL redirect.