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My site's URL (web address) is: www.ironwoodelectronics.com Description (including timeline of any changes made): New web site went live last Friday.
Hi. I just created a new web site for my company. Our older web pages were all HTML. Now they are mostly .cfm (Cold Fusion) pages. I just want to make sure that I did the re-directing correctly so we do not get dropped from Google. Can someone please help me with this? Some of our older pages had frames, so on these pages I used this Re-Direct code:
I also wanted to mention that I still have our old HTML pages on our site so they can re-direct to the new pages in case someone found them on Google and clicked on them. Should I keep these old pages for awhile? Or can I have Google's robot come crawl our web site and get the new pages and then delete the old ones so they don't show up in Google anymore? Or do I have to remove the old pages before Google's robot comes and crawls our site so they don't get indexed again in Google?