PHP and keywords

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Yes, I am a newbie to PHP.

Worried that using PHP may affect my search engine ranking. Would a script
like the one below be adequate?

class Page {
   var $Title;
   var $Keywords;
   var $Content;


Re: PHP and keywords

Also, it should be noted that the search engines will hardly index
pages like page.php?action=view&id=100&whatever=yes&so_on=1. Regarding
this you should take a look on the mod_rewrite facilities.

Re: PHP and keywords

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I don't see why they wouldn't, but if you're implying that
that address looks awful, I agree.


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I'm not prepared to state that search engines will index URLs with long
query strings, but the major web crawlers will in fact index URLs with
query strings (a la:  

Scott Orsburn

Kaomso | Information Technology

Re: PHP and keywords

What I am trying to accomplish is a script of viable keywords for each page
drawn from a mysql database so proper ranking and relevancy can be
established. So you say

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again the search engine couldn't care less.

So if I were to write the correct PHP (God help me), the spider would se it
as viable HTML and keywords, correct?

Together with mysql, PHP is some pretty impressive stuff.

Thanks for taking the time to answer my question. I'll be lurking around
here to learn more.

"Erwin Moller"
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