A 302 redirect is a temporary redirect from one URL to another URL. Unlike the 301 redirect, it is temporary and the search engines should continue to index and display the original URL. A 302 redirect is typically used when a page is temporarily taken offline or moved, but is restored at a later date. In general, a 302 redirect should be avoided when a 301 redirect is a better option, as a 302 redirect can negatively impact the page’s ranking in search results.
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