[wp-hackers] Ignore Portions of URI
scribu at gmail.com
Mon Jan 12 13:02:07 GMT 2009
Well, since the 'arguments' stored in the last part, /123/5, I assumed they
could have different values for the same post, which could result in
Using ?arg=123/5 sintax, this problem could be avoided, for most search
engines, because they ignore arguments like that in URLS.
Using #123/5 would be better because ALL search engines ignore that bit.
On the other hand, those arguments could make each page very different, even
if it is for the same post, in which case the issue would dissapear.
On Mon, Jan 12, 2009 at 4:54 AM, Ade Walker <photofantaisie at gmail.com>wrote:
> Without wanting to hijack this thread, but not knowing the answer, why are
> the second two examples better than the first? I'm curious.
> 2009/1/12 scribu <scribu at gmail.com>
> > I'm just thinking from a SEO point of view here.
> > instead of this:
> > .../post-slug/123/5
> > something better would be this
> > .../post-slug?arg=123/5
> > The best would be this:
> > .../post-slug#123/5
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