How to Redirect Website Visitors Based on Their Location
You can redirect visitors to a specific page based on their location by adding a T808 block to the page. For example, visitors from London, Paris, Australia, or the United States will see different versions of the same page.
Go to the Block Library and add a T808 block from the "Other" category to the bottom of the page.
This block has two parameters: "link" and "geo params."
Link isa URL of the page to which the website visitor should be redirected based on their location.
Geo params can be selected from a list by clicking "Select geo area." You can select a country; country and region; country, region, and city.
You can add multiple pages for redirects by creating new items in the Content panel of the block. Once the page is saved and published, the redirect is activated.
You have an English-language corporate blog with a separate page in French dedicated to your French-speaking clients. You want them to be redirected automatically to the page containing your posts in French.
moneykeeper.com/blog → moneykeeper.com/blog/fr
Add a T804 block with the following values to the blog's main page:
Now your France-based clients, who type "moneykeeper.com/blog" in the address bar, are automatically redirected to moneykeeper.com/blog/fr.
To test what your page looks like in a certain region, you can use VPN applications allowing you to view the website as if you were based in a different region.