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    301 Redirects

    Is it possible to use PHP for 301 Redirects without upsetting the SE's?

    Thanks in advance.

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    Use 301 Redirects for what?
    And what upsets SE's? Not all folks SE experts here.

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    I want to use my web pages with the .php extension and not my existing .htm extensions. Therefore, the only way I can think of doing this is to redirect them but I am not too sure how the SE's would look upon the redirects.

    Any help would be appreciated.

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    Now it makes sense.
    You can't use PHP to redirect, but you can ask your web-server to do it.
    if you make it Permament - nothing bad would be with SEs. You just changed resource URL, permanently

    There are can be some nitty-gritty details about 303 and SEs but it can be more suitable to discuss it into seo forums, I think.

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    Many thanks for your help. I will look along the SEO threads.


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