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Started by Bugo, February 15, 2011, 03:48:12 PM
Quote[size=78%]And in fact a certain fork of SMF does this as well (and has done for months)[/size]
<?php require_once('/path/to/SSI.php'); $context['page_title_html_safe'] = 'Page title goes here'; template_html_above(); template_body_above(); echo ' <hr /> This would be the content sections of the page <hr /> '; template_body_below(); template_html_below(); ?>
Quote from: sukafia on February 15, 2013, 11:57:54 PMHi, please i don't understand how to set this part of Optimus brave, I've attached the screenshot. Thanks
Quote from: Mick. on February 16, 2013, 12:05:10 AMQuote from: sukafia on February 15, 2013, 11:57:54 PMHi, please i don't understand how to set this part of Optimus brave, I've attached the screenshot. Thanksleave it like that.
Quote from: drfun on February 22, 2013, 12:27:26 PMGood day to you all , please i noticed today as i was searching for info on google, there was a post from my site, but google was displaying the name of my site as the topic
Quote from: Kindred on December 28, 2012, 08:20:39 AMThis mod does not change the urls at all, since urls have very little, if any, effect on search engine ranking.
Quote from: Arantor on February 25, 2013, 09:48:30 PMWhy would search engines tell you how they work? If they told you how they worked, they would be opening them up to abuse from scammers.
Quote from: Arantor on February 25, 2013, 10:02:00 PMThe guidelines are very vague but they do not make any mention of 'pretty URLs' being helpful.The last guidelines I saw from Google came out a few years ago and concentrate far more on things like having everything actually link together, proper XHTML, and so on. Stuff that SMF does out of the box and has done for years.A bigger problem is how you expect users to write 'content optimised for search engines'. If you use the 'pretty URLs', the topic's title is what the user gives it. If the URL were a major part of ranking, you've just given users a tool to shoot you in the foot.