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What is the propper way of designing a web site structure, and by this I mean, the relationship between static web pages and dynamic web pages? Say I have a page called view_product.php that I use to access the database and display the information of a certain product, and I use it to view ALL products. Is this right? Because I understand search engines don't like this. I've seen on most web sites that when you access a specific post per say, it usually is a static page, and that makes sense to me, otherwise I don't know how the search engines would find it. I read something that I want to try, and that is caching static pages from the dynamically generate page. Do you have any insight on the subject?
Posted 27-Nov-12 8:14am
Vic91435

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Better solution is always create cached version of dynamic pages. If you are using wordpress there are several plugins like WP super-cache to do the job.
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