Thanks for reply
But I read some where in the forums and in google guidelines (http://www.google.com/support/webmasters/bin/answer.py?answer=70897&hl=en#2) that do not make your pages dynamic else google will crawl them slowly as compare to static URLs, so I am trying to convert my all pages link to html but they are just having backhand through .php version like I use the below script to do this
#Giving all php pages html extension
RewriteRule ^(.*)\.html$ $1.php [L]
and I also change all of my webs links to .html version where it is set to .php
Now you are saying that all URLS goto correct and final URL now can you please explain me that what is the final URL in your mind the
OR if final URL is php version so you as my sir I am asking you that is there any problem in indexing of pages ?
but I think google is indexing that .php version through my robots txt file so I redirect my .php pages to .html that when anyone opens .php version then redirected to .html and when open .html version then URL is displaying .html but backhand is .php so can google index that .php version from any where else from my internal web (not included external)?
Your point is valid that it will take more time to execute because its a redirect, I am agree with this point but please explain me the final URL destination want to be ?