Last post May 12, 2006 09:30 PM by smcculloch
Apr 28, 2006 11:14 AM|wilkmd|LINK
The default menu also provides no "a href" tags for search engines to understand.
In addition, I would like to have seperate file names for each of the sections of my site: Subject1.aspx Subject2.aspx, etc. This is also important for SEO. URL Rewrite is the only way? What about the links generated by
DNN? Do I used the FriendURL Response Method? What kind of issues does this involve?
Obviosuly, I'm a newbie. I have a ton of questions. Anyone willing to direct me to a tutorial on how I can accomplish some of these things?
May 01, 2006 04:57 PM|ikamiksok|LINK
Here's a post I wrote on DNN & SEO awhile back....
There is a new URL rewriter coming out soon that is seo and human friendly that Scott McCulloch has been working on. Not sure if it will make the DNN 3.3 release. But you can get info on it at
As far as menu options, you can substitute different menus rather easily. I believe there are at least 4 other menu options out there and some of them might be better at this. I agree with this being difficult for search engines and my site doesn't use a
menu system and instead I use skin objects for my graphical tabs.
Take a look at this link as example of a title "real friendly url demo II" showing up in url string:
May 05, 2006 11:34 AM|wilkmd|LINK
What scott has looks like exactly what I am looking for. I also hope that it includes a function for modifying all output pages to include the new SEO friendly pages (search and replace is what DNN PDF says).
Can't wait until it is released :)
May 12, 2006 09:30 PM|smcculloch|LINK
I've released the first stage of the provider with a page describing the enhancements here:-
The provider is available for free, with full source code and does not require registration.