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ljgsites

2:38 am on Nov 16, 2004 (gmt 0)

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Iím looking for a good example of how PR is distributed amongst dynamic pages with query string values.

For example:

Letís say that index.jsp has a PR 5.

Would index.jsp?id=1 have a PR 4?
And would index.jsp?id=2&cat=2 have a PR3?

Any input?

Thanks ;)

Brett_Tabke

2:03 pm on Nov 20, 2004 (gmt 0)

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That is unknown. What is known, is that:

widget.cgi?color=blue

and

widget.cgi?color=red

are not the same pages and will each have their own pagerank.

fjpapaleo

2:23 pm on Nov 20, 2004 (gmt 0)

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<<Letís say that index.jsp has a PR 5.

Would index.jsp?id=1 have a PR 4?
And would index.jsp?id=2&cat=2 have a PR3? >>

That's been my experience exactly.

docbird

4:42 am on Nov 21, 2004 (gmt 0)

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I saw something similar.
(Tho have "search engine friendly" URLs, but same priniciple I think.)

So, trying linking directly from menu on home page to main pages, in hopes that will minimise PR dilution. (Not sure if this is right or not; haven't checked much, esp with apparent uncertainties in PR displayed in toolbar.)

salmo

11:52 am on Nov 21, 2004 (gmt 0)

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One the same site with a mix of plain html pages and dynamic ones, both pages are indexed, only the PR differs...Dynamic url example: www.mysite.com/scripts/ABCEContent.dll/ShowPage?PageName=wheretoeat. This page has a PR 0 while a static html page: www.mysite.com/wheretostay.htm has a PR 4.
 

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