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With dots or hyphens (commas too), the words are treated as being separate words, and remain clear to read. I prefer dots over hyphens any day.
With underscores they disappear in underlined links and Google does not treat two_words as actually being two separate words.
Spaces get turned into %20 and that always makes the URL%20totally%20unreadable.
However this time I find myself needing to have a URL that includes the words "News and Media" within, and I cannot decide what to use:
or something else. It needs to be kept short - nearly all of the other page URLs are one word.
What would you do, and why?
[edited by: trillianjedi at 11:08 am (utc) on Sep. 14, 2005]
[edit reason] Fixing typo per OP's request [/edit]