Did you ever wonder if there was a redirect tracker to help you troubleshoot mod_rewrite
redirects? Well, now there is!
Prior to Wheregoes, the only way to troubleshoot a complex mod_rewrite statement was to
enable thorough logging, and to go through pages of output from mod_rewrite. This log
output was usually arcane and difficult to understand.
Now you are able to see the path a redirected browser takes when it follows your URLs.
You can see immediately if you are redirecting to a nonexisting file - no log enabling/disabling,
and time-consuming interpretation. The Wheregoes redirect tracker is a great troubleshooting tool
for anyone who manipulates mod_rewrite. Wheregoes also follows meta-refresh statements, and
is thus also helpful for those developers that use this method of redirection.