michaellud at googlemail.com
Sun Jul 8 15:08:08 CEST 2007
as this is exactly my problem, I will hook in right here in this thread.
So as you said, the following quoted principle should give perfect
results, it seems as I must have got something really wrong here...
2007/7/8, JoH asenau <info at cybercraft.de>:
> Root => Content of the startpage
> Page1 => Shortcut to Root
> Will give the user only one page, since Page1 always redirects to Root
> whitout using any id.
So as I think that I have exactly the second version implemented in
all of my sites, every site still hast two pages with the same
content, as there is the root of the domain and the directory
(realurl) /startseite (this would be startpage or homepage).
My rootpage has ID 239 and ID 240 is a shortcut to pageID 239, named
If somebody wants to have a look you can - at www.zuckerfotos.de.
> So if you care about SEO you should choose option 2.
I'm very interested in SEO, but till now I just couldn't help me out
of this confusing "shortcutting".
I just try to look for such a recipe in your T3 cookbook, but didn't
find anything similary...
So maybe you could help me out here??
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