I have a project where I am migrating a website from one platform to another, but the look and feel will still be the same (this is for standardization within an organization).
Through re-write rules, I have to maintain any of the links which someone could have bookmarked. The practical implication is that I have to inventory every link and make sure it goes to the right place on the new site.
Since there are often multiple paths to the same pages, I've found that site mapping software that do a hierarchical tree aren't giving me everything I need. The ones I've tried so far just show me the first, shortest path that landed them on that page. What I want to see is the inter-connectedness of the site -- if 5 pages all link to the sales page, I want to see that.
Is there a site-mapping software, preferably open source, what will show me the 'many-to-many' relationship of the site's pages, rather than the 'parent-child' hierarchy of navigation?