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  1. braveandplucky

    braveandplucky New Member

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    What's the cleverest way to name and link to pages?

    food/candy/twizzlers.html is standard.

    I've seen it recommended to link to it this way instead: food/candy/twizzlers/
    and to simply name each page index.html, placed within its own proper folder (in this case, "twizzlers").

    What do y'all recommend?

    Thanks,
    Julia
     
    Last edited: Aug 16, 2008
  2. walkingbird

    walkingbird New Member

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    The cleverest way for what it may help with search engines because the name of the directory is important but the name of the page is also important i would test it out on a few pages and see which one works better for you and then tell me what happend
     
  3. braveandplucky

    braveandplucky New Member

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    I got the tip from here:
    http://www.wikihow.com/Organize-Files-on-a-Website

    Maybe you could let me know if you think it's sound advice?

    Whenever I try to google these things, the majority of the results have Wiki somewhere on them, and it takes a minute to tell if it's a wiki about pagebuilding or a page about wiki-editing. :/

    J
     
  4. mburt

    mburt New Member

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