I have been experiencing some problems setting up 301 redirections for my website (mayorandino.edu.co). I am using Wordpress to build my site and I have installed the ReallySimpleSSL plugin, but when i try to activate the “Enable 301 .htaccess redirect” option it says that the plugin failed in the test. At the end i left that option deactivated and just left Wordpress redirection on. I have also tried to configure the redirections through the option available in the cPanel but everytime I alter redirects from there the page falls in redirection loop.
The problem is that SEO checkers tell me that 301 redirection is not enabled and i don’t know why.
Yes, with the error message they provide the required code. I manually added it to the .htaccess file but unfortunately it did not work, the error message is still coming up. I even disabled the “Stop editing .htaccess file” option and no result from that either.
I’m sorry if i explained myself badly, i was referring to this:
This mean that you should have your own custom error page like if a visitor navigate to a page that does not exist on your website, then the visitor will redirect into an custom error 404 page instead of InfinityFree error 404 page. Lots of themes can help you to solve that issue.