December 8th, 2013

ReDJReDJ allows to manage URL redirection (useful for creating URL aliases, and managing redirections from old to new URLs). No more error 404 (page not found). Managing associations from old to new URLs, all links to old pages will be redirected to new ones. Create an URL alias by now is so simple, just create new item and add both alias and real destination URL. Enjoy!

Please, to make the most of all the features of ReDJ you should take a look at the tutorial!!!

News for version 1.7.4:
– Changed the interface to support new filters and ordering (only for J3);
– Fixed an issue related to changes of JUri behavior (only for J3);
– Fixed an issue of compatibility of plugin with PHP 5.2;
– Fixed an issue with rule search filter;
– Fixed an issue with errors search filter, pages 404 and referers (only for J3);
– Fixed an issue on the custom error page (when the option is enabled but page is not selected);
– Improved macro {routeurl} for the unwanted variables removal;
– Improved function to manage redirect of all errors;
– Improved interface to manage errors and referers;
– Added new URL macros {queryappend}, {querybuildappend}, and {querydropappend};
– Added new site macros {username}, {userid};
– Added new string macros {lowercase}, {uppercase};
– Added rule condition to skip redirect;
– Added button to reset statistics (hits and last visit);
– Fixed an issue in the package related to plugin uninstall;

News for version 1.7.2:
– Improved trim text function;
– Improved queryfull macro;
– Added “shortcut extensions” option to plugin;
– Created installation package;
– First release for Joomla 3.0.

News for version 1.7.1:
– Fixed issue with custom error page.

News for version 1.7.0:
– Added support for placeholders and comments for redirection rules;
– Added support for new macros for redirection rules.

News for version 1.6.0:
– Completely rewritten for the new version of Joomla! 1.6 and 1.7;
– The redirection rules can work on the entire URL, including protocol and domain;
– It can be specified for each redirect rule whether or not to first decode the URL.