Avoid default filenames for copied pages
When a page is copied in the K-State CMS, the copy is named after the original file with a numeric suffix appended. In other words, the file "cat.html" becomes "cat-1.html". If the latter already exists, then "cat-2.html" is used, etc.
Using such default names is fine for internal drafts and experiments, but should not be used for public pages.
Why is this important
The filename is part of the URL of the page, and words in a URL are highly weighted by search engines when ranking pages. In other words, choosing a descriptive filename is an excellent opportunity to increase the visibility of your page in search results.
To fix this error
Rename the page to a descriptive name.