Conversely, when it comes to moving from 302 to 301 redirects, I've seen feedback from development teams. In fact, I was once told that the switch might break the site. Obviously, we need to find better developers to work with, or we need to raster to vector conversion way to make our recommendations Anderson-proof. Let me introduce you to task runners Web development, mostly on the front-end, is getting more and more complicated every day. One of the most valuable concepts that have been introduced in the last five years is task runners. Task runners like Gulp and Grunt allow developers to automate a series of tasks each time they push new code.
A more recent addition, Webpack, also offers task execution capability. This is largely to prevent developers from performing mundane or tedious processes that the machine itself can perform, and many web projects exploit them for this purpose. Without going into the specifics of the tools themselves, communities have grown around Grunt, Gulp and Webpack; accordingly, a series of plugins are available. Of course, custom modules can be written for each, but the less developer work you create, the better. Going back to the idea of updating metadata on a large scale, there is a plugin for Grunt called grunt-meta-excel, which allows you to provide an XLSX file with changes to page titles, meta descriptions and open graph metadata.