Redirect check: "www.Kronopolo.es"

HTTP redirect (a.k.a. web forwarding) is used when you want to send browsers/visitors from one URL to another automatically. This can be because you've switched domain names, and you don't want to lose people who still arrive on the old URL, or because you use an easy-to-remember domain (e.g. firefox.com) but the actual content is on another website.

HTTP redirection

     Original URL: http://www.Kronopolo.es?
     DNS: www.Kronopolo.es → 208.109.28.66
     Immediate redirection
     Final redirect: https://www.Kronopolo.es/ (privacy upgraded)
     Temporary redirection (302) - Search engines will keep on indexing the original URL
     Redirect keeps path: http://www.Kronopolo.es/<xyz> https://www.Kronopolo.es/in…

     Original URL: http://Kronopolo.es?
     DNS: Kronopolo.es → 208.109.28.66
     Immediate privacy upgrade https://www.Kronopolo.es/?
     Final redirect: https://www.Kronopolo.es/ (privacy upgraded)
     Permanent redirection (301) - Search engines will eventually only index the destination
     Redirect keeps path: http://Kronopolo.es/<xyz> https://www.Kronopolo.es/in…

HTTPS redirection

     Original URL: https://www.Kronopolo.es? - check HTTPS config settings for www.Kronopolo.es
     Regular https page, not a redirect


Notice: file_put_contents(): write of 264 bytes failed with errno=28 No space left on device in /home/forge/toolstud.io/htdocs/_lib/class_cache.inc on line 74

Warning: file_put_contents(): Only 4096 of 4360 bytes written, possibly out of free disk space in /home/forge/toolstud.io/htdocs/_lib/class_cache.inc on line 74
     Original URL: https://Kronopolo.es? - check HTTPS config settings for Kronopolo.es
     Immediate redirection https://www.Kronopolo.es/?
     Permanent redirection (301) - Search engines will eventually only index the destination
     Redirect keeps path: https://Kronopolo.es/<xyz> https://www.Kronopolo.es/in…

CONFIG CODE: D-wsRP-sU1P-wS!-SR1P

This config code is a simple representation of the redirection policies on this server. It's an easy way to compare two sites without reading all the text.

Examples

  • apple.be: regional URL, redirects to Apple.com [D-wsU1PQ-sR1PQ-wSR1PQ-Sd1PQ]
  • amazone.com: common misspelled URL, redirects to Amazon [D-wsR1Q-sR1Q-w0x-0x]
  • bit.ly: a short URL, redirects to Youtube [P-sU1-SR1]
  • firefox.com: a domain for a product, that redirects to the vendor's site [D-wsU1Q-sU1Q-wSR1Q-SR1Q]
  • wired.com: everything redirects to secure www.wired.com [D-wsR1PQ-sR1PQ-wS!-SR1PQ]
  • yahoo.be: regional URL, redirects to be.yahoo.com, but no https [D-wsR1-sR1-w0x-0x]