seo problem

Ticket by i32685 | October 17, 2012 | Question

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  • Reply from Yael | October 17, 2012

    Hi @i32685

    Yes! You can send your users to specific pages of your site!

    You will have automatic deep links for Master Pages, Pages (only first level), expanded pictures and expanded products.
    In order to create the link for Pages and Master Pages (e.g. www.wix.com/about) you will need to change the names of your Master Pages and Pages in the Page Manager.
    Please note that the hashbang symbols (#!) in the URL are part of the deep linking mechanism and cannot be removed or altered. This symbol is used for sites that utilize AJAX and is for better visibility within google. You can read more here .
    You can find more information about deep linking here .

    If you are looking for information about subdomains, click here .

  • Reply from i32685 | October 17, 2012

    hI i AM USING html5 editor i beieve and cannot find any option like this. Help needed

  • Reply from Yael | October 18, 2012

    Hi @i32685

    Please note that  your Wix HTML5 website is built using HTML5 and AJAX technology. This has many benefits, such as animations on your page transitions, the ability to have your background, header and footer stay static while only the content changes, the ability to use all of the new HTML features as they are released, dynamic page sizing, optimization for mobile devices, etc.

    To support using this technology, the URL's of your website need to be built in the following manner:
     


    1. This is your domain name
     
    2. #! - This is called a 'hashbang'. The # signifies a 'hash fragment' and is the convention being used today to link to content when using AJAX technology (similar to anchors in HTML). The ! specifies the escaped fragment, which is what allows search engines to understand where the content in your site is actually located – this is because the content you're seeing on your site is being rendered via AJAX technology which means that your page isn't 'reloading' – i.e., when you switch pages, your header, background and footer all stay in place. The content actually does exist on the server- but at another address. In order for the search engines to find this address, the ! is used as the 'escaped fragment', which tells the search engines where to find your content (as they cannot really crawl javascript properly).
     
    You can learn more about AJAX technology  here.
     
    3. This is the name of the page you're on. After this, the symbol / is what we use as part of the mechanism described in point #2. This is where we specify the actual address of the page on the server
     
    4. This is the Page ID which is the actual address of the page on the server, and cannot currently be changed. This is necessary because it tells the browser (and search engines) where to fetch the content from.

    Important Note: In order to share links to your site you must use the full link above (1-4) including the Page ID. Removing the Page ID will yield an invalid link.

     

    For more information, visit our Learning Center page here.

  • Reply from i32685 | October 18, 2012

    while i understand what you saying but my question is how i can create this?  in my case when i click on any sub page, the full url with the page address does not appear , its only the main address of the website which comes.

  • Reply from Ben | October 18, 2012

    Please note that you need to copy the URL from the address bar when viewing the Page to which you want to link.

     

    For example, your 'End of Tenancy Cleaning' Page connects at http://www.domesticcleanersberkshire.co.uk/#!endoftenancycleaning/c21u

     

    Please be sure to copy the URL from the address bar when viewing the desired Page.

    Ben - Wix Support

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