302 Redirect

The 302 redirect is a Web server connection where an old URL can be a redirection to the latest one. The HTTP comeback standing code 302 Found is a standard way to accomplish URL redirection. A 302 redirect is a name for an HTTP standing code that includes the number 302. It is a temporary redirect. This redirect doesn’t bring in or pass the link value to the new place. Where it does to get the user to a suitable location for them so that you aren’t showing them a broken link, The Internet rush on a protocol called HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP) which mandate how URLs work. It has two significant versions, 1.0 and 1.1. In version 1.0, 302 redirect response to the status code is “Moved Temporarily” and in version 1.1 it shows “Found.”

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