Do as I mention. Study how cache is used to modify what the user writes.tas2580 wrote:I know how 301 works. But I can't see why it should throw the user into an endless redirect loop. At now I don't do a 301 redirect, I use the canonical tag and if I will implement it in later versions it will generate the correct URL and compare it to the request URL. If both are the same no problem, if they are not the same I make one 301 to the right URL, then it will compare again, the URLs are the same and all is good. You see no way to get a endless redirect loop because after the first redirect the URL is ever correct.brunoais wrote:Read the HTTP specification on the 301 status code, then read how browsers implement it (just the consequences is enough) then come back here again and answer again.
Do note that this is en edge case situation! You still are not testing this potential fail.
OK. As long as you do it, it's OK.tas2580 wrote:Not yet, maybe I will include it later but now the extension is in a early state of development and I have to do other thinks first.brunoais wrote:Do you include such script in the uninstall process?
You are "selling" this extension as it being something that does optimization for search engine (derived from the definition of SEO) results which is fully deceiving. The truth is that this is only good for users and it is neutral to search engines.tas2580 wrote:This thread is about the development of this extension and not about SEO optimization. If you think that URL rewriting is completely useless its OK and you don't need to use this. I don't think so and I will use it in my forum, maybe someone else also don't think that it's useless and so he can use it too.brunoais wrote:I just wish I had a minimally intelligent discussion with you... But then... you fail at the most basic thing here... SEO optimization through urls is completely useless.
If you want to have a discussion about SEO we can do it in another thread. If we do it here the thread will get cluttered and I will maybe miss bug reports or other questions to the extension it self.