I'm attempting to migrate 10 flat hmtl webpages to Drupal. The ten pages are all from a table of contents and each contains around 80-100 pdf files. I'm wondering if anyone knows the most efficient way to migrate these while maintaining the same alignment from the previous web page, and testing each pdf link to make sure they're not broken.
Is it possible to install Drupal 7 on the same domain along with the Drupal Commerce module and "redo" my site pages in Drupal 7. I also found a mobile responsive theme that looks like my existing site which I will use.
Then when I'm done recreating my existing site in Drupal, modify the .htaccess file and do a 301 redirecting from the pages of my existing old site to the new Drupal site so that I don't loose any SEO rankings in big 'G'.
Wondering whether there's a step-by-step instruction on how to point domain to drupal cms & folders once the site is built? Currently have old-fashioned folders one supported via total commander but would like to rebuild it completely in Drupal.