Jenny is in charge of creating the URL mapping file for her company’s website migration project. While working on it, she notices that there are many pages which have no corresponding page on the new site, because they have been either removed or consolidated. She isn’t sure what to do about these pages. What would you suggest Jenny do in this scenario?

Question: Jenny is in charge of creating the URL mapping file for her company’s website migration project. While working on it, she notices that there are many pages which have no corresponding page on the new site, because they have been either removed or consolidated. She isn’t sure what to do about these pages. What would you suggest Jenny do in this scenario?

  • She should redirect all orphan pages to the website homepage.
  • She should redirect each orphan page to its parent category page or the most relevant similar page.
  • She should not redirect these pages.

The right answer was: She should redirect each orphan page to its parent category page or the most relevant similar page.

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