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jazcyk
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Search engine optimization.

Post by jazcyk » Sat Sep 17, 2005 4:08 am

In the admin panel there is an option to set "Keywords for Spiders". I guess that would create links with search engines to the main/index page of the FAQ. Am I right?

But how about the individual pages of the FAQ? Are they optimized for Google Indexing? Or can I do something about it myself? (highligting important words in some way or anything else?)

Does it use any session id in the links? If it uses session id then the link gets changed every time and Google and other Search engines may not index it correctly. I don't think it does, but I just want to be completely sure. This link for instance http://www.webyog.com/faq/index.php?act ... artlang=en will allways be the same when that FAQ page is opened?

BTW: Did I ever remember to say THANK YOU for this FAQ system ? :D

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Post by Thorsten » Sat Sep 17, 2005 3:18 pm

Hi,

the keywords will appear as meta tags.

To get the best results in Google and other search engines use the built-in mod_rewrite support in phpMyFAQ 1.5

Thanks for using my little tool.

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jazcyk
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anything more ..

Post by jazcyk » Sat Sep 17, 2005 9:33 pm

I have now enabled mod_rewrite from admin panel and renamed ._htaccess to .htaccess

This content
# if you want to use mod_rewrite, set this 'On'
RewriteEngine Off

# the path to your phpMyFAQ installation
RewriteBase /phpmyfaq1.4/
I guess should be changed to "on" and the actual intall-dir? And relative to what? to the domain-root-directory or ...? Can I take it for granted that it is correctly done if I can reach the pages from a browser?

And the "keywords" that can be added to each entry, will they appear as meta-tags for the individual page, or are they used internally by the FAQ-system alone ?

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Re: anything more ..

Post by Thorsten » Sun Sep 18, 2005 5:13 am

Hi,
I guess should be changed to "on" and the actual intall-dir? And relative to what? to the domain-root-directory or ...? Can I take it for granted that it is correctly done if I can reach the pages from a browser?
If your FAQ is located in www.example.org/faq/ then /faq/ is the root directory.
And the "keywords" that can be added to each entry, will they appear as meta-tags for the individual page, or are they used internally by the FAQ-system alone ?
The keywords from the configuration page are used global, the keywords for the single FAQ article are used for the search engine internally.

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dave123
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Re: Search engine optimization.

Post by dave123 » Tue Sep 06, 2016 12:44 pm

jazcyk wrote:In the admin panel there is an option to set "Keywords for Spiders". I guess that would create links with search engines to the main/index page of the FAQ. Am I right?

But how about the individual pages of the FAQ? Are they optimized for Google Indexing? Or can I do something about it myself? (highligting important words in some way or anything else?)

Does it use any session id in the links? If it uses session id then the link gets changed every time and Google and other search engine marketing course may not index it correctly. I don't think it does, but I just want to be completely sure. This link for instance http://www.webyog.com/faq/index.php?act ... artlang=en will allways be the same when that FAQ page is opened?

BTW: Did I ever remember to say THANK YOU for this FAQ system ? :D
The keywords have been used as a meta tag. That helps search engine to find your website. These keywords will help you to rank your website also.

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Re: Search engine optimization.

Post by juliensain » Fri Aug 09, 2019 6:12 am

If you are getting your keyword indexed then you can use other options well you will must get indexed.

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