What is 307 Temporary Redirect Links?


307 Redirect Links is an redirect type of that indicates that the requested URL has been temporarily moved to a new URL. It is similar to a 302 redirect, which is also a temporary redirect, but with some slight differences in how it should be handled by clients and servers.

When a server returns a 307 status code, it instructs the client to try accessing the resource at a different URL, which is included in the response as a Location header. The client should then issue a new request to the new URL, while still preserving any request headers that were included in the original request.

The main difference between a 307 redirect and a 302 redirect is in how they handle the HTTP method of the original request. With a 307 redirect, the client must use the same HTTP method for the new request as it did for the original request. With a 302 redirect, the client can use a different HTTP method if it chooses to.

In general, 307 redirects are less commonly used than 302 redirects, but they can be useful in situations where a resource has been temporarily moved and the client should continue to use the same HTTP method for subsequent requests.