[Express] URL's from an old site

Can anyone help me?

I am currently redesigning a website my client has some very good hits from SEO and i don’t want them to go down hill after the redesign.

Example:
Old site: CN Glass Banbury, Custom Glass, Double Glazing, Windows and Doors
New site: www.chippingtortonglass/conservatories_c.html

Can anyone tell me the best way to keep the URLS’s the same as the old site.

To visit the current site under construction please visit:
http://cnglass.sherbertwebdesign.co.uk/conservatories_conservatories.html

I tried to rename the URL with a ‘/’ bu tit wouldn’t allow it so i have had to use a ‘_’ which is useless…right?


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The / in a URL comes from a folder name. To create a folder called
conservatories, either Control-click in the site pane or use the cog
icon menu at the bottom of the site pane and choose New Folder… from
the contextual menu. Then drag the pages you want to have inside that
folder under and to the right of the folder. When the folder name gets
bold and highlighted, let go of the drag and your page will be inside
the folder. Naturally, once you do that, you can erase the foldername_
part of the page filename and restore it to just the latter part.
Also, note that you have independent control over the page Title and
page filename in Freeway. Your Title is a very very strong SEO tool,
so use it wisely.

The Title and the filename are automatically linked when you create a
new page in Freeway – if you type in Wibbles in the New Page dialog,
you will get a page with the title tag set to ‘Wibbles’ and the
filename set to wibbles.html by default. If you come along and change
the Title tag without modifying the filename, the filename will
automatically update to reflect the new Title (with some characters
removed, and all spaces removed, naturally). But once you modify the
filename, this link is broken. So if you really want the filename to
read ‘best_wibbles_in_the_county.html’ and the Title tag to say
‘You’ll Love our Wibbles!’, then edit the filename first, and the
title second. Now, any changes you make to the title will no longer
automatically update the filename.

Walter

On Aug 14, 2011, at 3:20 PM, palms wrote:

Can anyone help me?

I am currently redesigning a website my client has some very good
hits from SEO and i don’t want them to go down hill after the
redesign.


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