If you are working with WordPress for some time, you have definitely found yourself having to move URLs of your content at some stage.
If you are managing an extensive website, redirection is a common practice. Broken links are a risk. Because broken links are bad for SEO and user experience. Redirects are an excellent way to solve broken links and give your users a better user experience.
What is a Redirect in WordPress?
Redirection is a way to send your visitors from one page to another page, without informing. For example, if you have a post at example.com/a and but you want that whenever people enter example.com/a, they will be taken to example.com/b – redirection is the way to do that.