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/#/sub-folder/ crawling?

8:07 am on Mar 10, 2016 (gmt 0)

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Do you know if Google already know how to read URLs with /#/ , for example mydomain.com/#/sub-folder/product-name/ (no, i'm not talking about !#)
I would be happy to get references.

7:57 pm on Mar 10, 2016 (gmt 0)

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Do you know if Google already know how to read URLswith /#/

I don't see why not. The question is whether they will interpret it as an URL for SERP purposes, or if they will send everyone to example.com/ (the part before the #). They do sometimes link to fragments, but all the time ...?

Is this a site that already exists, or a change you're thinking about making? I assume you've got a reason for using a less-common URL pattern.