If you have recently changed your WordPress permalink, there are chances that search engines still have old urls indexed and sending traffic to pages that are no longer exists on your site. With this WordPress Permalink Redirection Tool, you can generate .htaccess rules which will premanently redirect traffic to all those URLs to highly optimized and WordPress recommended Post Name
(%postname%) permalink, keeping both users and seach engines happy.
All you have to do is enter your domain name, sub directory name if WordPress is installed in a sub directory, old permalink structure and click on Generate button. This WordPress permalink redirection tool will present you the correct to put on the .htaccess files located on domain root.
WordPress Permalink Redirection Tool
If there's a .htaccess file at the WordPress installation folder, copy this line at TOP of the existing rules. If no .htaccess file found, create one and add this line.
Note: If your old permalink setting was using
%postname%tag anywhere in the structure, it will be used to redirect old URLs to the new. If not, a secondary redirection (from default to new) will take place in order to properly redirect to the new URLs.