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This article is intended for PHP web developers who create template systems for consistently presenting website content. PHP designers who create their own template systems should be concerned about how their choices affect the website s position in search engines. Below is a discussion of three types of systems their impact on search ranking and a recommendation for the best approach. Webpage as a CGI Argument In this architecture one PHP script contains the entire template and plugs in content from a file it reads in - getting the file name from a CGI parameter.
However submitting to multiple article sites can be a daunting task. Directories expect different types of formatting. They allow variable numbers of characters in titles and they may restrict links to as few as 1 - or they may permit several. Whether you use article submission software or submit your articles manually there are some advance preparations that will make your job much easier. Of course before you submit you must write an article. At the bottom of this page is a handy text template. Although the character counts in the template given here are less than indicated there is a link in the resource box to an online template with correct parameters. Compose your article in your favorite word processor; 500-1000 words is an optimal length.
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Template as an Include In this architecture each page on the website has its own filename with a .php extension. The top and bottom portions of the template are stored in separate files that are included (using include_once() ) by each content file. This technique increases the importance of the page with search engines as each page is its own standalone page rather than a CGI argument. This type of template system also makes it simple to track page views through regular website statistics software. On the other hand this type of template system still has the weakness of having one title and one set of meta-tags for the entire site.
You have to grasp that the template folder only contains templates and not files or documents. These are data less "hollow" documents provide form and design but no information. In your hierarchy you will have to have folder in the template file that are adjacent each other in the template folder but are in sequence in your file system. The best method in dealing with the template file is to make a quick drawing (a flow chart) of your files scheme and next to it a box indicating the template folder. Draw your file scheme as usual but when it come to the incorporation of using the template draw a line outside of the scheme and point it to the appropriate folder in the template folder. After following all the lines you will see order suddenly appear.