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301 Redirects in .NET 4.0

I posted in the past how to do a simple search engine friendly redirect using the 301 HTTP status code.  I thought this was always something that needed to be included in the framework and it looks like it finally will be in .NET 4.0.  I saw this mentioned in Scottgu’s post about multi-targeting and thought it was worth mentioning today since I have posted on it in the past.  To do a 301 redirect, use the new RedirectPermanent() method on the response object.  It takes the same parameters as the Redirect() method.  Here is what it would look like.

Response.RedirectPermanent(“/SomeOtherPage.aspx”);

This type of redirect obviously doesn’t really matter for internal sites, but for public facing sites, if you are relying on a redirect somewhere, it is best to do it with a 301 as the search engines don’t really care for the standard 302 redirect.  At least they didn’t at one time.  I am not SEO expert.

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301 vs 302 Redirects in SharePoint « SPMatt said:

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Corey Roth is an independent SharePoint consultant specializing in ECM, Apps, and Search.
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