--- Comment #5 from pioneerov...@yahoo.it 2011-02-08 23:30:45 UTC ---
(In reply to comment #4)
> I don't understand the usecase. What do you mean by
> >Since sometimes (i.e. using file cache) URLs are not redirected
> (Since we don't use http redirects for redirects, url's are never redirected
> you're saying what i think you are).
Say I go to http://mywiki.com/my%20page. If I'm logged in, I'm redirected to
http://mywiki.com/My_page. However, if I'm not logged in, I have file cache
enabled and I visit that URL, I'm not redirected, though the page shows the
content of what technically is My_page. I have a non-standard configuration
(using nginx and short URLs like mywiki.com/Page) and I don't know if it's the
same using Apache and/or short URLs like mywiki.com/wiki/Page, but enabling
canonical URLs on all pages would definitely get rid of the SEO and
indexing-related problems, possibly even in other cases, using
index.php?title=Page instead of /Page and surely others I can't think of right
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