[uf-discuss] Adapting existing links as tags
andy at pigsonthewing.org.uk
Sat Dec 9 03:25:38 PST 2006
In message <+FP1o$m9vzZFFwxl at pigsonthewing.org.uk>, Andy Mabbett
<andy at pigsonthewing.org.uk> writes
>I currently have several instances of pages in a sub-directory, such
>Where the root URL of that sub-directory may be suitable as a tag.
>All of the pages apart from the index file link to the latter, thus:
> <a href="index.htm">Tittesworth</a>
>usually more than once from each page, occasionally with other linking
>text ("Tittesworth Reservoir").
>I could, presumably, change the links to:
> <a href="../tittesworth" rel="tag">Tittesworth</a>
>Are there any disadvantages to doing so (in terms of search engine
>ranking, for example)? Should I do so on each such link, or just once
Can anyone advise, please?
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