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Automatic SEO-friendly HTTP 301 redirects if the URL of a Django model changes.

Project description

django-historylinks provides automatic SEO-friendly HTTP 301 redirects if the URL of a registered model changes.


  • Tracks old URLs associated with a model and provides 301 redirects to the new URL.
  • Simple one-line registration for each model.


Please read the [Getting Started][] guide for more information.

[Getting Started]:
“Getting started with django-historylinks”

Download instructions, bug reporting and links to full documentation can be found at the [main project website][].

[main project website]:
“django-historylinks on GitHub”

You can keep up to date with the latest announcements by joining the [django-historylinks discussion group][].

[django-historylinks discussion group]:
“django-historylinks Google Group”

More information

The django-historylinks project was developed by Dave Hall. You can get the code from the [django-historylinks project site][].

[django-historylinks project site]:
“django-historylinks on GitHub”

Dave Hall is a freelance web developer, based in Cambridge, UK. You can usually find him on the Internet in a number of different places:

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