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For example the site [...] . Now all URLs are just the domain name with an anchor value.
So , I am sure that, as it will start getting used more often , Search engines, will start taking this in consideration.
you might notice if you are interested enough to discover that none of these urls are indexed by google.
If more and more sites are using this methode, SE will adapt .
A URI reference may be absolute or relative,
and may have additional information attached in the form of a
fragment identifier. However, "the URI" that results from such a
reference includes only the absolute URI after the fragment
identifier (if any) is removed and after any relative URI is resolved
to its absolute form.
Several sites are using ajax or other methods to serve different content based on the anchor.