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I was reading at the forum and found this link:
And I saw the last sentence:
At Google, we are able to index most types of pages and files with very few exceptions. File types we are able to index include: pdf, asp, jsp, hdml, shtml, xml, cfm, doc, xls, ppt, rtf, wks, lwp, wri, swf.
My new site has 100 pages php. And .php is not include in this text. Could somebody tell me more about this?
I never have used php before.
I remeber over a year ago, reading on Google that their crawler might have trouble with urls containing? (as many php files do in order to pass variables). But my pages with? get indexed (not all though)
I just looked on Google ofr a few minutes, couldn't find anything about the? Maybe they fixed that.
I'm interested in if google like 'aspx'
An easy way to check is just to see how many urls Google has containing whichever file extension you're interested in.
30,000,000 results with 'aspx' - I would guess that it isn't a problem ;)
Also, from my own observations:
Avoid?search=, give each page a unique <title> or <h1> at minimum.
Also, you can have something/index.php, index.shtml, index.asp, etc, which can be different from something/
You can have something/Index.html but not something/index.html, something/index.HTML but not something/index.htm