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I'm just trying to change URL in my application. In that case, you are really asking the wrong question, since in order to change the URL that your application uses you don't "replace ? and = with /" in .htaccess. (You might do this later in order to preserve SEO, but that is really secondary to getting this working.) In order to change the URL in ...


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Its not bad practice, but it is not a best practice either. It is generally believed that Google uses information implied in the URL for SEO purposes, and, of-course, when communicating the URL with someone this is likely needlessly long. I note that sites like stack overflow use a unique ID but not a UUID. (A UUID is a long string which is expected (but ...


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