Search engines assume URLs with ? in them are dynamic and not worth indexing
as the info will change too fast.

Don't submit URLs with ? in them.  Don't use ? in URLs you want search
engines to index.

Do use $PATH_INFO instead.  There's an old article from Zeev (?) on (?) about how to do it...

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----- Original Message -----
From: Georgie <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Newsgroups: php.general
Sent: Thursday, August 23, 2001 4:34 PM
Subject: Dynamic Pages and Search Engines

> Ok, i have a script that creates a page that will be submitted to search
> engines. I had originally planned on having one line of code on the search
> engine page:
> include(http://localhost/freelance.php3?id=1);
> But for some reason, it doesnt work. I've tried everything, changing the
> php3 to php and include("freelance.php3?id=1")
> The only thing that works is
> header location("balh balh...
> but that redirects to the freelance.php3?id=1 page and *i think* thats bad
> for search engines (isnt it?)
> So what I'd like some info on is why my include() function doesnt work and
> does a header lcoation command make any difference to the search engines.

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