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Old 12-26-2004, 07:31 PM   #1
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Default Redirects & it's affect on SEs

Hi all,

My programmer & I need to get rid of the .phtml pages another programmer had me create & make new .php pages.

He wants to:

"use the 404 SCRIPT (PHP file) that will do following.. based on REQUEST to non existing PHTML file it should get corresponding PHP file.. for example.. if requested was recommended_links.phtml then it'll get into recommended_links.php .. and so on.. for any PHTML file.. so SEs will think that PHTML files still exist"

Does anyone understand this & will I be penalized by the SEs?

Thanks & I hope everyone had a great Christmas


Michelle
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Old 01-12-2005, 07:17 PM   #2
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Default Re: Redirects & it's affect on SEs

as long as it gets the same result every time the pages are requested you will be just fine...

But if it redirects and changes the domain then you have a problem... the Crawlers will ban that domain...
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Old 01-18-2005, 02:18 PM   #3
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Default Re: Redirects & it's affect on SEs

I don't believe it does that, but it does go to the .php version of the page. I already discussed that with him.

It's done in a different manner.

Thanks & take care


Michelle

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as long as it gets the same result every time the pages are requested you will be just fine...

But if it redirects and changes the domain then you have a problem... the Crawlers will ban that domain...
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