URLs will be parsed automatically
http://www.kbpublisher.com - http://www.kbpublisher.com
[b]text[/b] - Bold text.
[u]text[/u] - Underline text.
[i]text[/i] - Italic text.
[color=green]text[/color] - Colored text.
[url]kbpublisher.com[/url] - kbpublisher.com
[url=kbpublisher.com]text[/url] - text
[email]email@example.com[/email] - firstname.lastname@example.org
[h1]text[/h1] - Caption text.
What is a search engine friendly URL?
KBPublisher records are stored in a database. When you wish to read an article, KBPublisher sends a request to the database to get this record for you. This request is usually sent as a query string, and in its native form it looks something like:
This works well to get the record back, but most search engines, Google excepted, will not index pages with question marks (?) or ampersands (&) in the name.
To get around this, we use a search engine friendly URL. This converts the query to something more like:
which contains only characters that search engines recognize, and therefore will the record will be found by the search engine.
Not only that, when sending a link to someone else, it makes a lot more sense, and is a lot less error prone, to send a link http://yoursitename.com/kb/entry/90 than to send http://yoursitename/kb/index.php?view=entry&entryID=90.
How do I set up a search engine friendly URL?
Article ID: 90
Last updated: 21 Sep, 2012