Google Removes Dynamic Parameter Clause From Webmaster Guidelines
The Google Blog notes that they have updated their webmaster guidelines to be more up to date with their crawling and indexing technology. Since Google now is able to crawl and index URLs with parameters, i.e. dynamic URLs – they have removed the line that reads “Don’t use “&id=” as a parameter in your URLs, as we don’t include these pages in our index.” Google still recommends keeping those parameters down to a minimum and calls rewriting dynamic URLs into user-friendly versions, “a good practice.”
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