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#1 Nombert

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Posted 05 May 2011 - 02:48 AM

Hello, I'm building a static website, it has about 40 pages, but now I have a footer and a header of the website that are included in every page with an include php command as:

include ("myfooter.php");
echo ($footer);

This because footer and header can change in the time, so I have centralized them (modularized). But now every page is in php extension, so my question is: Google has some problem to position a php webpage? Or a php page is the same as a html page, from the SEO point of view?

What do you suggest me to do? Is it ok, even if all the pages are in php estension? For example, when I do backlinking I have to link a php page and not a html page.
Or must I use modrewrite?

Thanks, Cibernow

#2 Jill

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Posted 05 May 2011 - 07:16 AM

It's fine.

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Posted 05 May 2011 - 10:55 AM

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For example, when I do backlinking I have to link a php page and not a html page.
Yo link to the URL where the page is located.


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Or must I use modrewrite?
No.

#4 JeremyH

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Posted 05 May 2011 - 01:52 PM

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s it ok, even if all the pages are in php estension?


It depends. The actual page technology won't matter to the search engines. However, if you had links to pages like /page1.html that you now renamed to /page1.php then you'll have issues. The search engines will view them as different pages (which they are). All that work building backlinks to those .html pages will now result in 404 errors. In this case, you may want to rewrite those URLs to the new pages using 301 redirects.




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