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Post-migration Tips

Your library website's Drupal migration is done. Congratulations! Please follow these tips to keep your site running smoothly:

Check reports periodically

Your Drupal site keeps several reports. Check them occasionally to be aware of problems your site visitors may be experiencing.

URL Redirects

When a path changes, redirect

Sometimes a path or URL alias change is necessary. You can minimize the impact of the change by taking these steps:

Paths and URL Aliases

Paths

By default Drupal assigns each page a path (web address) like: http://www.example.org/node/1

Pages are numbered in the order they were created.

Pages can receive fancier URLs

Your Drupal site will automatically create a URL alias (non-numerical path) for each page like: http://www.example.org/your-page-topic

URL aliases are more visitor- and search engine-friendly than numerical paths.

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