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Are long URLs with '#/...' bad for SEO?

Discussion in 'Search Engine Optimization' started by kkorma, May 11, 2018.

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    I'm having a new ecomm store built (PrestaShop) and we currently use a URL suffix like: '...product-name.html#/141-colour-423881earthy_colours005ivory' to control the default product colour.
    The whole URL including this suffix is quite long, even rewriting without the category and database codes its about 120 chrs. Is this '#/...' suffix likely bad for SEO or will it be ignored by Google?
    SEMrush
     
    kkorma, May 11, 2018 IP
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  2. mrb1129

    mrb1129 Active Member

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    No they have no effect. But I suggest that don't include '#' in your url unless you have to.
     
    mrb1129, May 11, 2018 IP
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    I wonder you intend to add such as that kinds of suffix or you just see them in the address bar?
     
    Michael Leng, May 12, 2018 IP
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    Generally when I see a pound sign within a url, it's typically either someone deadening a link like at the top of a dropdown on a navbar or an actual url that uses mouse scroll event utlizing sections with html tags. With java you can use the mouse scroll event and have users click a link that is actually within the same page, but a distance down the content. But I don't typically see it just arbitrarily for no reason.
     
    Sean Gugerty, May 15, 2018 at 5:03 AM IP