I'm checking out the URL Parameters Google Webmaster Tools to exclude certain URL parameters, but I have to be careful according to Google.
So here's my question:
Through this URL:
, a user can view all products on my site. When a user views all products on my site in a certain area, it would look like this:
But if a user searches on a location where no results are returned, e.g. on "london", I redirect the user to:
Where I use that temporary
all=1 parameter to show a messsage "no products found, we're now showing all products".
all only exists in the case no products are found and can only contain a value of
1 and no other value. I think it's safe to configure in Webmaster Tools that parameter "all" does not affect page content. I think in doing so, all URL's containing the parameter
all=1 will be ignored, but the original URL, in the above scenario
www.example.com/products, will still be indexed and shown.
Is that correct?