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PHP Script / html intergration idea!
intergrating a php script in to a html site

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Msg#: 4345411 posted 11:57 am on Jul 29, 2011 (gmt 0)

I have a site built on a php script datafeed script. The problem is the script is not SE friendly for example I have no way of modifying meta descriptions for category pages and with no php knowledge myself I can't modify the script - have thought of outsourcing but to save cash I have an idea.

Create a html site, move the script over to a folder within the domain and restrict it from robots then simply copy the raw html from the script generated pages so i can implement all the current pages in to SE friendly html pages.
Then I can still have the benefit of the script for creating categories filled with products (in literally seconds) but then I can fully optimize the pages for seo.

Is this a good idea or not?



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Msg#: 4345411 posted 2:41 pm on Jul 30, 2011 (gmt 0)

You're basically just using the PHP script as a tool to help you create HTML pages. Sounds like a good idea.


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Msg#: 4345411 posted 4:28 pm on Aug 17, 2011 (gmt 0)

I would put the raw datafeed-generated pages outside of webroot entirely. Then you know they won't get seen. Treat them as "data" rather than "bad pages"

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