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|how are dynamically generated pages indexed?|
how do search engines work when you have dynamically generated pages? (php, etc)
If I had a url like
for example, would the search engine index each article separately?
Yes, as long as there is a path to follow.
Don't know what else to say.
As long the page url has a unique ID then there is no problem search engines will pick it up as a different page. That's the beauty of dynamic pages the one becomes many.
On a related note, which is better?
Does having a keyword in the path make it more valuable than if it does not?
|Does having a keyword in the path make it more valuable than if it does not? |
|bloke in a box|
Also consider googling for 'mod_rewrite' (either on the web or in the forums here), this is a function that allows you to change urls from
www.domain.com/index.php?page=widgets to www.domain.com/widgets/ which is more search engine spider friendly and yet is still dynamic.
With only one or two short parameters the se's will do fine. But if you have lots of parameters or really long parameters, it will give the se's heartburn.
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