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Using Dynamic Script Such As Php


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#1 louandel

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Posted 04 June 2009 - 01:23 AM

Hi,

I have recently started using php on mmy web sites to create articles as I need to create them regularly. I am aware that when the server parses the php it translates the php into xhtml. But are there any resaons that search engines would find the key words in dynamic script more difficult pick up than straight html?

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Posted 04 June 2009 - 04:00 AM

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are there any resaons that search engines would find the key words in dynamic script more difficult pick up than straight html?

No, the spider doesn't know the page was created dynamicaly, so as long as the resulting X/HTML is valid and correctly coded in line with best practices W3C wise and best SEO practices as well, they will process and index the page without a second thought.

I have a website which has an ASP extension, but the pages are all static HTML except for header (menu) & footer which are includes, no 'dynamic' content as it were, but the SE's don't know that or care for that matter, they only see the results, not the code behind it.






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