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I have got a site which used to be HTML format, but recently i have converted this to PHP so that it can be update easily and quickly. Since I have made it PHP with query strings. Google only spiders my home page and no other pages.
the query string looks like this www.example.co.uk/product.php?productid=10
Is there anything wrong with this type of query string and using it with google? I cant seem to see it in any other search engines either? The new php site has been up for 2 weeks and the html files are still on the server because they are still getting hits.
Does anybody have any suggestions to how this will work :( I spent ages building the new site.
[edited by: ciml at 10:08 am (utc) on June 16, 2005]
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Mod Rewrite is an absolute gift to webmasters. I have found that Google indexes much, much faster and now I wouldn't dream of releasing a new site on the web if it wasn't mod rewritten.
Also, its easy to do!