physics - 6:16 pm on Mar 26, 2002 (gmt 0) Cheers,
Suppose you get an open source php package such as OsCommerce. Everything is PHP and all of the links are php links. Then you want to trick the spiders into seeing .html links everywhere, not foo.php?id=25. This way Googlebot sees nice links and then .htaccess is used to serve him the foo.php?1d=25 page. The problem is that the package is designed to link to foo.php?id=25, but you want all the links to show up as /foo/25.html What is a good way to quickly adapt the whole packages internal linking scheme? If it were this simple (only one url to change) then you could just do a global search and replace on all files in the package I suppose. But it's not so simple because there are a myriad of different pages and query strings. Anyone have advice on how to go about this in the most efficient manner?