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Google caching forum pages with session IDs

Discussion in 'Forum Management' started by chiefshuddle, Jun 9, 2005.

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    I am running Invision Board 1.3.1 Final and google seems to have finally cached a ton of my pages with session IDs which is odd.

    Anyone ever see this?
    SEMrush
     
    chiefshuddle, Jun 9, 2005 IP
    SEMrush
  2. microtony

    microtony Peon

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    This problem happenes with phpBB also.

    Try removing the sid query string in the templates by Find and Replace.
     
    microtony, Jun 9, 2005 IP
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    this will happen for unregistered users and bots. Good idea to find someone to do some SEO mods on the boards for you. We have done them on a few with great results, I suggest looking into it. If you are ambitious at all a google search will afford you instructions on a few ways to do it.
     
    ServerUnion, Jun 9, 2005 IP
  4. chiefshuddle

    chiefshuddle Banned

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    I have done some things, added forum map:

    http://www.chiefshuddle.com/forummap.html

    Site map:

    http://www.chiefshuddle.com/sitemap.html

    and a read only URL friendly version of the board:

    http://www.chiefshuddle.com/index.html

    The only problem is that even though I have ample links to these and have submitted them manually to all engines the spiders still don't seem to crawl them.

    As far as the SID why would it be using that?

    Is that for some sort of tracking even for anonoymous users via cookies?
     
    chiefshuddle, Jun 9, 2005 IP