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What about commas? I talked to Danny Sullivan about commas in urls and he said they were not a problem, but I am starting to wonder.
What do you guys think?
Then modrewrite can strip it all down and toss it to the proper script. The se never knows the difference. Looks like a standard html file to them.
Yeah. That would work, but we are using Vinette (sp?) Storyserver. We currently have a ModRewrite-like thing in place, but we can't get rid of the commas.
Such as this post is located at:
Which actually calls the cgi at:
via a simple ssi :
This is a local Swedish search engine that has 52 search result pages indext by AV.
The URL's look like this:
They even index own URL’s including the ?
Check the number 200 listing, the add URL page at AV is indext. Gives a good link to that adult site I suppose.
Another example is koll.se, also a Swedish search engine. They have over 2000 pages indext including a ? and/or % in the URL.
Just type "host:koll.se" and see the result.
What do you all say?
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AV must have choked on their coffee when Fast announced last Feb that they had a bigger index and sent their spiders out day and night in order to beat Fast to the billion pages they had promised for new year.
A quick way to accumulate lots of pages fast, would be not to stop at "?" but to keep going. There is always the risk of getting stuck with lots of duplicates, but that risk is great even for static pages and besides, there is supposed to be 500 billion pages hidden in databases. So why not harvest what you can from them?
I wonder if other SE:s are going the same way? The business is turning into a numbers game and everyone wants to have a billion pages. Google says they already have that.
Life will become a lot easier for sites with dynamic content if this is the new trend.
It's still not clear if their is any kind of penalty for these types of pages, But overall in results they make up of very small percentage of top 60 results (less than a 1/2 of a percent).
Brett_Tabke wrote earlier..
>The same way I am using it here to present >the posts. Everything here is of course >dynmically generated but laying under >pretty looking htm urls.
I think you know exactly what you are at and where your going :)
I am working on the same thing at the moment but with more options!!
Please let me know more, as i am scepticle about one thing if you want ill show you it.