SEO Redirects and Page Not Found Handling for TYPO3

With this TYPO3 extension you can use the included backend module to quickly and easily create URL redirects and manage the behavior of your website when pages are not found. The resulting redirection rules can then be exported to a .htaccess file.

And if you use nginx instead of Apache for your web server, the SEO Redirects extension can make the configuration of URL redirects and 404 handling much easier for you, since you don't have to interfere with nginx's own configuration - a dream come true for every administrator and editor. Moreover, with a properly configured TYPO3 instance, no further step (such as adapting the TypoScript configuration) is necessary for use after installation.

A comparison of the editions


Basic version

Enterprise version

Free of charge

from 59,99 €

Forwarding management

Handling "Page not found"



Forwarding log

Configuration of forwarding via RegEx

Support of Open Source projects

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The Features

Management of the redirects

You get access to a list with all configured redirects, similar to RealURL. But here you have much more room for manoeuvre: the redirects can be edited individually and, of course, removed again. The assignment of categories is also possible for a better overview. In addition, a search function is integrated to quickly find the desired redirection.

Forwarding logs

The extension provides you with an overview of the forwarded logs, the time required for each forwarding, and further information. With the attached scheduler task, the logs are automatically emptied at defined time intervals so that the corresponding database table does not become too large.

Handling "Page not found"

This TYPO3 extension allows you to define the behavior of your website when calling URLs that cannot be found (Page Not Found / 404-Handling), which benefits the OnPage search engine optimization of your site. For example, you can choose whether to display a special page or a standard error message. You can also define forwarding for all other common HTTP status codes.


The defined redirects can all be exported to your .htaccess file. All you have to do is press the corresponding button and insert the generated code into your .htaccess file. It is also possible to export the code to a CSV file, which you can easily manage using Excel.

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Are you convinced? Don't hesitate and get the TYPO3 extension SEO Redirects and Page Not Found Handling for TYPO3 today. Don't let page views go nowhere and increase your visitor numbers as well as your Google ranking.

Free version

Would you like to try out the TYPO3 extension SEO Redirects and Page Not Found Handling for TYPO3 before purchasing? A free version (with limited functionality) can be found in the TYPO3 Extension Repository (TER).


Why should I put forwarding rules in the .htaccess file?

If you include your configured redirects in your .htaccess file, you will get slightly better performance.

Error message "Too many redirects"

If you receive an error message that there have been too many redirects, this is due to a misconfiguration that leads to a redirection loop. First create a backup of your .htaccess entries and reset all your changes. Then take a look at your redirects to see if there is an infinite loop. Such a misconfiguration could look like this, for example:

  1. /home/ forwards to /contact/ 
  2. /contact/ forwards to /support/ 
  3. /support/ forwards to /home/