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Excellent site - I've been reading up through your posts and I've caught up a ton with search engine placement and ideas.
Here's my question: How well are dynamic pages being spidered and indexed these days?
I'm currently building out a new site. It's going to be low traffic, small content "brochure" site. I'd love to user .cgi or even .shtml to more easily add in some dynamic content or random images/colors.
So, does this hurt my search engine placement by doing so? Is it harder to crawl a site if the pages are .shtml or .cgi (with or without parameters)?
Thanks in advance,
Good to know. I'm leaning towards CGI at this point now.
Now, does anyone know if spiders have problems following off-web root links? What about following into the /cgi-bin?