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I was wondering how to create a sitemap for dynamic URLs that are rewritten from something like
Do you have to construct them dynamically in the database first as a link on a page or is there an easier way?
which redirects to:
and the above URL, when received, rewrites to:
then I would expect that your links on the page contain:
in which case you should not have a problem constructing sitemap using one of available sitemap creation tools.
I think I figured that out last night, but I think I asked the wrong question.
We have an internal site search function on our website, but don't have links to the different types of searches you can do.
So I am wondering how to index all of the different types of searches if there are no internal links to crawl? Is there a program that helps with this (preferably in PHP)?
Why do you want to redirect/rewrite searches? Is this the only way this page/information can be accessed? Or does the search return something that can be accessed in a different way?
Or can you "isolate" most important searches where results would not duplicate/overlap and put them on the page as links? Eg. like a little menu:
Find red widgets
Find blue widgets
Find yellow widgets
Where each of these corresponds to a different search parameters and where the same widget cannot be red, blue and yellow in the same time?