I've been looking around at several CMS programs lately (PHP/MySQL), but no matter what CMS, I always notice how horrible the URL's always tend to look. Even with some of the SEO hack/plugins, the URLs tend to be very long with several directory levels. I've always considered the multi-level directory paths to be a negative in regards to the Google Algo and the pages ranking (SERPS). Is this still the case today?
Is something like:
Am I worrying too much about this factor?
[edited by: tedster at 3:52 am (utc) on Feb 25, 2010]
[edit reason] change to example.com - it cannot be owned [/edit]