Organize your redirects
As much as you can, try to organize your redirects into logical groups (products, alphabetical order). This process helps prevent duplicate redirects, as well as identifying specific ones you might be looking for.
We used to apply a similar principle to (when that was our primary method). We created lists that grouped together similar products and labeled them as such, so it was easier to find which redirect you were looking for.
Know what you can redirect
At the server level, you can trigger a redirect on a URL path (
/page/), but not a fragment (
You can redirect a page to a fragment, however (
You should apply a similar process to infinite redirects (where two redirect rules point to each other), if possible, and redirects containing a source URL fragment, which are invalid. We have a to check for these situations in our Pages project.