Notice that the spider-friendly format contains no indication that there are any parameters being passed at all. Rather, it simply looks like we are trying to access the file userinfo-chris.html
on www.yourdomain.com, and this will not present any problems to the search engine spiders. We have of course to track this case down and use such a "file" accordingly, i.e split it internally into
its parts, determine the parameter-value pairs and the name of the script to execute and pass the parameters (name=Your_Account, op=edituser, username=chris) to that script (modules.php) for
We will describe GoogleTap, an ingenious solution to this problem, that combines the components we saw in the previous sections:
This does not need to upset you, since PHP-Nuke does not use Frontpage extensions. But for the sake of completeness, be warned that if you use Frontpage extensions, mod_rewrite will not work! Of
course, if your ISP has installed them, but you don't use them, you also don't need to worry.