Imagine my current flat-file non-cms website with an URL like
This is of course very unsexy and could be anything really from tomato soup, tomato the music band, tomato the movie, or more unlikely but still ... just about tomatos!
So, I want to make it more specific for both real humans as well as search engines. Given: both the language code and short filename code are essential and cannot be replaced so somewhere there has got to be
tomato preciding/following whatever delimiter like
/ for htaccess to do the correct invisible redirects to
Some options occured in my mind for the added words in url:
A website.com/en/tomato/just-about-tomatos B website.com/en/tomato/just-about-tomatos.htm C website.com/just-about-tomatos/en/tomato D website.com/en/tomato_just_about_tomatos E website.com/en/tomato-just-about-tomatos
Question1: Which of these is the best for humans as well as search engines?
Question2: Which single elegant rule should make this happen in .htaccss?
Thanks for your suggestions and answers! Much appreciated.