URL redirect checker
When you type a URL into your browser, you are sending a request to a server for that specific page. The server then looks up the URL and sends the corresponding HTML file back. In some cases, however, the URL may have been changed or moved to a different server. When this happens, the server will send a redirect response, which tells the browser to look for the new URL. A 301 redirect is a permanent redirect, meaning the URL has been permanently changed. A 302 redirect is a temporary redirect, meaning the URL may be changed in the future. You can use our URL redirect checker to check for 301 and 302 redirects of a specific URL. This will check up to 10 redirects and return the final URL.