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I ussually use http://www.example.com/product/123/subpage/456. In my case, I've been better off using this kind of URL rather than URL's with parameters. It's your decision tough...

Also, using htaccess (if you're using apache) you can get the rewriting of the pages quite easilly.

I usually use http://www.example.com/product/123/subpage/456. In my case, I've been better off using this kind of URL rather than URLs with parameters. It's your decision tough...

Also, using htaccess (if you're using Apache) you can get the rewriting of the pages quite easily.

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I ussually use http://www.example.com/product/123/subpage/456. In my case, I've been better off using this kind of URL rather than URL's with parameters. It's your decision tough...

Also, using htaccess (if you're using apache) you can get the rewriting of the pages quite easilly.