Easily check status codes, response headers, and redirect chains.
All about the redirect checker tool
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a redirect?
Why is it important to check redirects?
What is a redirect checker?
How to use our redirect checker tool?
How to read your redirect check results
After entering your URL, you will be presented with a redirect path of the URL you entered. If your page has no redirects and functions properly, you should see an HTTP status code of 200 next to the URL and no further path.
Sometimes redirects need to be used for content that gets moved or deleted. In these cases, the most commonly used redirects are permanent redirects (also known as a 301 redirect) or a temporary redirect (also known as a 302 redirect). The numbers in front of the redirect or URL refer to the HTTP status code of the URL.
Wondering what a certain code means? Use our handy HTTP Status Codes Glossary for information on every HTTP status code.