When you’re not confident in editing a htaccess file to redirect Divi website, don’t worry about it. You don’t need to do that. Since you use WordPress, there was a plugin for it. Because it’s WordPress. One of the tops is called Quick Page/Post Redirect and it works great straight out of the box.
Setting the redirects is as simple as it can be. When enabled, Quick Redirects adds a new item to your Quick Redirects admin panel. The main WordPress redirect form is 301 and you set it up simply by entering the origin and destination Links in a few fields. Hit save icon, then you’re a perfect one.
You will also see a number of your current redirects. When you no longer need to redirect, you could remove it with a single click, or you could just edit it for any reasons.
And then, if you check at the Redirect Settings, you’ll see an absurd amount of options which you can create, either by making rules applied to all of your redirects, or by activating configurations that function for meta boxes and custom post types and so on. There’s a lot to tinker with.