> That will still cause a problem though won't it (i think I wrote my
> example URL this way also!) as the index.php gets in the way. Hence the
> use of a .htaccess to force php to treat a file called 'index' as a php
> file. Like:
> URL=

Nah... the search engines don't care at all. However.... if you're
picky, you can rename the file from "index.php" to "index" (or
whatever you want) and then add a ForceType via Apache's .htaccess
like this:

<Files index>
  ForceType application/x-httpd-php

Put... that step is really for "cleanliness" of the URL, as the
spiders don't care at all.


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