Feature #93288

Updated by Sybille Peters 8 months ago

*Clarification* : I am talking about *redirect chains* (redirects to other URL) here, not *redirect loops* (redirects to same URL).  



 If URLs are changed several times, redirect chains are created, e.g. /a -> /b -> /c. 


 If these are merged, it reduces the number of requests necessary to load a page. 

 Could be done on-the-fly or as a command. 

 *Before* : 

 /a -> /b 
 /b -> /c 


 *After* 

 /a -> /c 
 /b -> /c 

 This way, /a and /b are still redirected, but /a redirects directly to /c instead of to /b and then to /c. 

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