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Duplicates Urls Or Not Duplicates ?


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#1 mozllo123

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Posted 02 April 2012 - 02:37 PM

Hi,

Tks to the forum...

Please , could you tell me if the below urls (made from "code igniter" framework) are seen as duplicates for google crawlers ? :


1/ www.example.com/fr/article/fiche_article/38/ ( or after the last slash, you can add anything, you still get the page suc as : ../38/blablabla )

2/ www.example.com/fr/article/fiche_article/38/dalles-liege-sol-clipper-maree.html (url which really exist)

As i 'am not the developper of this website , i'am wondering also is there not a security problem as if you insert any digit (not matching any articles) /fiche_article/ directory you get a very explicit error :

3 www.example.com/fr/article/fiche_article/388 /

Many tks for your explanations..

Edited by Jill, 02 April 2012 - 03:33 PM.
removed site name from urls


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Posted 02 April 2012 - 03:34 PM

It's duplicate content if any URL show the same thing as any other URL. It sounds like from what you said, that is what your system is doing.

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Posted 03 April 2012 - 01:08 AM

Tks a lot Jill for your reply,

Sorry but ok for the 2 urls, but please, what do you think precisely about the fact that you can add any string after the digit (here "38/" ) and that you still get the webpage displayed ? (is it a bug or normal ?)

Ex : www.example.com/fr/article/fiche_article/38/blablabla (url works) . And what about the fact that if you make any change, you get the hosting path www.example.com/fr/article/fiche_article/388 (ex :SELECT * from famille where id_famille = Filename: /homez.xxx/xxxxx/www/models/mfamille.php Line Number: 32)

Many tks again for your help...

#4 Jill

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Posted 03 April 2012 - 11:24 AM

It's normal in that you can always add like a question mark after URLs and it will work. People do that for tracking parameters. It's not a big deal, but if your content management system is generating all these different URLs to link to pages in different ways, that's a big problem.

You can look in your Google Webmaster Tools account to see what sort of duplicate content they're finding, and you may be able to use their Parameter Handling Tools to help a bit.

Your best bet may be to see if you can implement rel=canonical, however.

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Posted 03 April 2012 - 01:10 PM

Tks again Jill...

I know that a question mark do the job..Here, however, it isn't a question mark, it's anything (digit, letter, or whatso ever ) after the article number..

Tks for your response..




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