Here's what the programmer guy said|
From JWJ on 12 Feb '01
I asked the guy if there will be a question mark in the url of the ASP page that is to be our front page. Please post your reaction to what he wrote here...
"The question mark is used to append data to the url. This is used by forms using the "get" method and in applications to make links smarter.
"The question mark tells the browser where the url ends and the data begins.
"So the answer to your question is no. the pages/urls won't have question marks in them. www.microstock.com will always be just that.
"but some pages use question marks to pass data. These will always be
internal pages. Pages that search engines shouldn't be referencing anyway."