ryno267 - 10:07 am on Jan 5, 2011 (gmt 0)
well encoded a + is %2B. No reason not to use dashes instead.
edit... let me rephrase that a bit... in order for the symbol to be proper in the url it needs to be encoded... in theory and from what I know G indexes a + like a - and if you're using +'s for rewrites in a dynamic string that could screw it up?
I just don't trust it... you need to have clean urls - if you're questioning it so much use -'s... they're safe w/o a doubt