> Now. I would of course like for my site to be listed in the search engines, > and I wouldn't mind getting search hits on both cars and ferrari. But. Will > the web spiders and web crawlers ever follow a link like > index.php?page=cars&subpage=ferrari and will they ever index what they find > there, and, and, and, and... > > Well... does anyone understand what I'm asking here? WOuld this be a good > way to build my site to ensure getting hits from search engines, or should I > do this some other way? Anyone know?
To ensure that the search engines like you and your pages, you can make your URLs appear more normal by doing something like this: URL= http://you.com/index.php/cars/ferrari Then... in your code you can access the additional data by looking at the $PATH_INFO variable: <? $pathitems = explode("/",$PATH_INFO); $page = $pathitems; $subpage = $pathitems; ?> Hope this helps, Daniel J. Lashua -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] For additional commands, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To contact the list administrators, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED]