The http response status code 301 moved permanently is used for permanent redirecting, meaning current links or records using the url this response is received for should be updated. The new url should be provided in the location field included with the response.
Http status 301 (moved permanently) http status 301 is one of the redirection related statuses, which indicates that the resource requested has been permanently moved to the url given by the location header. Redirection is the process of forwarding the request from one url to a different url.
The 301 moved permanently code shows an issue on the actual web server hosting your website. Most of the web browsers are automatically detect the 301 moved permanently response code and process the redirection action automatically.
301 Moved Permanently: What It Is and How to Fix It
These types of codes are meant to route your users to a new location. Its that line that says the requested document has been moved permanently. Your users will request to access a page but they will be sent somewhere else.