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First question I have is Which iPage web hosts cheap, if not cheapest, TS3 server? Hoping for any response. Second question.. There seems to be quite a few SEF's out for osC, which one(s) do you recommend? Thanks in advance...

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I'm stumped. I'm not so sure what is the answer to that question. I'll do some investigation and get back to you if I discover an decent answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could help you..

Comment #1

That's what I believed too, but it seems like a lot of users are concerned that their typical URL's will not be indexed by search engines...

Comment #2

That's because for the most part, they are largely uninformed..

There are still a few informed programmers out there that know taht dynamic urls are indexed equally with static urls, but still prefer static urls. But most people that talk about SEF links still think that search engines won't spider dynamic urls, or that search engines give preference to static htmls, even though virtually every search on google now yeilds dynamic content urls on the first page of the results...

Comment #3

So it makes no difference for a dynamic page to end in .php verus .html? (using mod rewrites)..

Comment #4

The extension of the webpage file was never the problem. Back in the old days (a couple of years ago was the old days on the web) some SEs had trouble understanding url's that had the characters '?' and '='. That's not the case anymore..

Mod Rewrite is not longer needed...

Comment #5

Google isn't the only search engine on the internet though..

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Cerberus.

: 16 September 2004, 00:56..

Comment #6

Is the URL part of the way Search Engines rank too? such as cat=22 vs. ProtienBars? cause of this is the case, then it would be benifical...

Comment #7

All the major search engines and most of the minor ones can handle dynamic URLs a la osC just fine, as evidenced by the traffic I see from a couple of dozen SEs...

Comment #8

I understand that SE's are able to crawl dynamic sites, but do SEs look inside of the url for additional help to determine rankings?.

Such As:.

Http://www.carblites...ex.php?cPath=22.

Vs..

Http://www.carblites...php/ProteinBars.

Since, the SE sees ProtienBars vs cPath=22 (If they look inside of the URL) Thanks..

-Calvin.

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FlyingMonkey.

: 21 September 2004, 00:25..

Comment #9

You sent me a PM with much the same questions, and I sent you a response. SEs don't really see a difference between the two examples you show...

Comment #10

The text content of the URL does have SEO value. However.

Http://www.carblites...php/ProteinBars.

And.

Http://www.carblitesolutions.com/index.php...inBars&cPath;=22.

Would index nearly identical. Mod re-write still isn't a necessity...

Comment #11

There seems to be quite a few SEF's out for osC, which one(s) do you recommend? Thanks in advance...

Comment #12

None of them. They do not add significatn value to be worth installing them...

Comment #13


This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.