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I have a site in 3 languages and have pages named like this:
I have set languagepriority in htaccess, etc.
Now my concern is this: All links in all pages look like "index.html" in other words, they do not have the language-extension.
How does Google index my pages?
In any case, I find something that seems so straightforward as a multi-lingual site extremely difficult to comprehend. A lot is said about it in blogs and forums, but I have yet to find a solution which is both maintainable (from a designers point of view) as well as workable (from a users/bot) point of view.
And second, unless there are inbound links to a url, googlebot will often not find it at all. Even if it is found by some other method, such as a sitemap or direct submission, it still need some inbound links to "stick" in the index.