Redirect any source url to a different url (local or remote). Simple, popup interface.
Provides a means to swap (redirect, re-route, or block) a file at the network level, rather than having to physically change the source URL.
307 Redirect has an intuitive and fluid UI, with reliable and modern (manifest v3) backend.
- Redirect URL
- Block URL
- Toggle Individual items on/off.
- Toggle all items on/off.
- Quick see enabled with grey'd out icon in toolbar.
- Drag and drop to re-arrange items.
- Minimize item.
- Export/Import for sharing setup.
- Color "dot" for quick-reference related items.
- Duplicate item.
- Quickly evaluating local files in a production environment (or vice versa) without having to upload/push changes.
- Blocking URLs
Works for scripts, images, css, or any other file transferred over the network.
This extension provides a simplified UI for managing the browser's declarativeNetRequest capacity to redirect network requests "on the fly".
Traditionally, web servers have a mechanism to redirect resources at the server-level, known as "307 Temporary Redirect", which provide a "307" status code to the browser. Server-level redirects are altogether different animals than browser-based redirects, but the end result is the same -- the browser does not fetch the original resource, it fetches the resource that the redirect is pointing at.
This extension provides the same type of functionality as a server-redirect, but much more convenient for developers, since the redirect can be quickly configured temporarily directly in the browser.