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Hello All,

I just want to know can i add slash at the end of the URL? Make just like as http://www.index.com/root/. How we can make good seo friendly url's ? Let me know rules and regulations.

Thanks in advance!!


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Steven
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  • Profile picture of the author BradKasten
    If you have a wordpress site you can use the pretty links plugin. You enter the destination URL and you can add any word or words you would like at the end of the URL. But you need a wordpress site for this to work.

    I hope this helps.
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  • Profile picture of the author Brent Stangel
    Originally Posted by Steven Henry01 View Post

    How we can make good seo friendly url's ? Let me know rules and regulations.

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  • Profile picture of the author writeaway
    If I am not mistaken, you can do this fairly easily using the permalink settings of Wordpress if you're using WP as your publishing platform/CMS
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    Hey Guys, This is ecommerce website, develope in prestashop.
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  • Profile picture of the author tritrain
    Originally Posted by Steven Henry01 View Post

    Hello All,

    I just want to know can i add slash at the end of the URL? Make just like as http://www.index.com/root/. How we can make good seo friendly url's ? Let me know rules and regulations.
    SEO-friendly URLs are a thing of the past. Just keep it short and catchy and/or short and descriptive.

    The longtail URL can still be descriptive (using the title usually). It may help a little SEO-wise.

    Google looks at content and other factors more these days. It was too easy to game the system so they changed the algorithm.

    The forward slash at the end is automatically added anyway. It doesn't matter.
    Unless you have other content in a folder, or it is a separate page at the root, you don't need to enter the forward slash.

    Code:
    http://example.com
    Otherwise, example.com/folder/my-favorite-widgets

    Sometimes it might end in example.com/folder/my-favorite-widgets.php or html
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