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If not underscores, then which other printable character would do the trick?
As an alternative I can have a one character folder name. That'd also work. But I don't want the SEs to think that my content is one level deep, even if there is no level 0 per se. For example:
The reason I need this is because the whole site will run under an engine which rewrites all the requests to the root and on. To avoid rewriting, I need some recognizable (regexnizable) pattern to distinguish engine URLs from other URLs.
What do you all think?
eg. i use the underscore as part of a sequence i use to trigger the rewrite rule in the htaccess file
so i have filenames like:
i have not had a problem with indexing if that's what you are asking.
His example is that _MAXINT is different than MAXINT or at least Google treats them differently.
So the upshot is to only use underscores when you really mean underscores.