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Old February 5th, 2003, 07:00 PM
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Question Search Engine Friendly URL's: Help Needed

I believe that this problem is well known. The main search engines do not properly index pages that have a question mark in the URL. Since I have a (SWP based) database driven site that is exactly the case. I'm obviously trying to fix this issue and get my URL's to look like this www.site.com/xxx/xxx/xxx

There are a few solutions for this problem, one of them extensively described on devarticles. One minor problem, I really lack the knowledge to implement.

Anyone willing to help me out? I would guess it takes an experienced guy or girl very little time to get this done. I don't mind paying for the work.

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i can help you

Hi,

I can help you in this case. I have worked as co-programmer specially for friendly URL stuff. It was very hard to do it but after all we were successful.

Check this site: http://www.designfirms.org

Google has indexed 96% pages. Actually there are no pages but virtually generated from database.

If you want to develop any site, kindly let me know your website.

Thanks,

Qutub Bharmal


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I believe that this problem is well known. The main search engines do not properly index pages that have a question mark in the URL. Since I have a (SWP based) database driven site that is exactly the case. I'm obviously trying to fix this issue and get my URL's to look like this URL

There are a few solutions for this problem, one of them extensively described on devarticles. One minor problem, I really lack the knowledge to implement.

Anyone willing to help me out? I would guess it takes an experienced guy or girl very little time to get this done. I don't mind paying for the work.

Thanks!

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in Apache with this problem helps .htaccess and mod_rewrite it can convert some thing like
somedomain.com/page/123/1290
into
somedomain.com/page.php?id=123&blablabla=1290

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Or, if you want the easy way, use:
Code:
$aLevel = explode("/",$_SERVER["REQUEST_URI"]);

This leaves you with a neat array of variables. You can do:
Code:
<a href="http://www.domain.com/en/level1/level2/">link</a>

which would make
$aLevel[0] == 'en';
$aLevel[1] == 'level1';
$aLevel[2] == 'level2';

Look mama, no mod_rewite

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