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Dynamic Pages

Dynamic pages have traditionally held a host of problems in regard to being indexed by the search engines. Over the past year or so, webmasters and web developers who have aware of search engine optimization concerns have takrn measure to make dynamic pages more accessible to the SE robots.

Many web developers opt for dynamic pages such as those written in ASP, PHP, Cold Fusion, CGI or other programming languages because the web pages served are far faster and more compact than HTML pages. Blog software such as Wordpress is written in PHP for this very reason.

But, some of the search engines still have trouble reading long strings in the URLs and special characters such as "?" and "=" which are typical of dynamic pages. A more recent trend for blogs, shopping cart software, content management systems and other websites has been to create search engine friendly URLs that will be easily indexed by most SE's.

Search engine friendly URLs on dynamic pages are shorter and exclude many of the special characters found in unfriendly URLs. In addition, hyphens instead of underscores may be used and lower case instead of upper case letters will also help the dynamic pages to be crawled and indexed more accurately.

Some web developers are using Apache rewrite modules to convert query strings in dynamic pages to URLs that search engines are able to digest. No matter what method is used for dynamic pages, however, the most important aspect in SEO terms is to make sure the search engines can read, index and display the pages accurately and without error.

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