Roy Schestowitz wrote:
<snip>dynamic/static sites, google sitemap, effects on SEO</snip>
It actually raises an interesting point. Given certain URL structures, SE's
can not only predict if pages will get generated on-the-fly, but also how
they get generated. For example, it should not be hard to spot a blog and
tell it apart from a commercial CMS, a free (Open Source) CMS and a DIY
CMS. It can give the SE some indication of reliability of information
You could write blog software that has exactly the same URL structure as
a commercial CMS. As for reliability, would Enron's commercial CMS
contain information that is more or less reliable than the OpenSource
[Davémon] added on Wednesday 07 September 2005 09:13
Maybe not to google, but if it's not dynamic, linking 30,000 pages is
enough ctrl-c ctrl-v to give anyone a RSI.
You should not forget about tools that link pages off-line rather than
on-line (AKA on-the-fly or 'real time').
You're right. I forget those all the time, mostly because I don't use them!