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I can create subdomains, but they have to be redirects, becasue my site is dynamically generated. Is that a problem? I can't see what the benefit is because the urls won't resolve to the dubdomain names and I'm concerned about submitting them to engines and getting blocked.
Also, I have a function that changes the common dynamic urls to slashes e.g. www.domain.com/knit/. One problem I see is that I don't have the right keywords in the url, which I'm fixing. Am I right in doing that? Some of my URLs, lack keywords after the first level, so the url looks like this [domain.com...]
where the numbers of ids in the db. I would replace them with good keywords, but I noticed those pages don't get any page rank and I read here that too many levels deep won't get ranked with an index that has a low pagerank. I'm just starting out, so it is pretty low.
Any help is appreciated
[edited by: msgraph at 1:03 pm (utc) on Aug. 28, 2002]
[edit reason] no url drops please [/edit]
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There are sure a bunch of sub-domains (canonicals) discussion going on lately. I find this interesting. Iíll jump in with a few opinions regarding your questions.
I'm attempting to create a themes site.
Congratulations, you have entered a new world of site development. I hope youíve run a search on the term themes and then fine-tune that search because weíve talked a lot about themes. Also, when looking for the term sub-domain, subdomain, also check for canonical. Weíve talked quite a bit about that as well.
right keywords in the urlÖAm I right in doing that?
I like it.
changes the common dynamic urls to slashes
I really like that, wish it happened more often.
For one thing I think youíll receive more link interest, which can work to your benefit. When Iím link hunting I steer clear from the appearance of dynamic links. Although, I see plenty of dynamic linking accepted by Google so thatís not the reason.
Youíre main question about redirects Iíll leave to the technical pros;) I did work on a hub that sounds similar in structure to what you are describing and I didnít have any problems.
This method, however, depends upon you having wildcard dns and control over your server :s