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Just a young developer and sys admin that wishes to keep learning as much as possible

Twitter: @w0rldart


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accepted Apache utf-8 characters in filename
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answered Apache utf-8 characters in filename
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comment Apache utf-8 characters in filename
@Anagio no luck mate... I keep trying over and over again everything I can think of, no luck at all
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comment Apache utf-8 characters in filename
@Anagio ... lol, of course :)
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asked Apache utf-8 characters in filename
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comment Link form correct, or, punishable by search engines?
check my question's update
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comment Link form correct, or, punishable by search engines?
I'm not worried about the img src but the a href.
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revised Link form correct, or, punishable by search engines?
added 743 characters in body
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asked Link form correct, or, punishable by search engines?
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comment Unifying links for google searches
true indeed, as I said... I still have to study different cases and see which suites better. Thanks for your help
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comment Unifying links for google searches
good point, and I'm thinking of doing that in the future... but I stil need to study more about it, because even YouTube has a parameter that's been added whith the language (except for English I think)
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comment Unifying links for google searches
Well, the indexing rate it's the default one (google's decision) and I think things starts to change because I see less results for site:site.com but more consistency (better rank, better positioning ...)
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comment Unifying links for google searches
It's like on YouTube, you change the language... but the video is still the same. Only YouTube's context changes, but not the video's description, language, tags or anything else
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comment Unifying links for google searches
The language parameter is not actually necessary because if it's not there it loads the language id that's in the session or the browser language. The content in the same, only the menus and some text changes