Date: 2018-02-08 16:25
The hash (or URL fragment identifier) has historically been a way to send a visitor to a specific location on a given page (. Moz's blog posts use the hash to navigate you to a particular comment, like this one from my wife ). Hashes can also be used like tracking parameters (. /lagavulin#src=twitter). Using URL hashes for something other than these, such as showing unique content than what's available on the page without the hash or wholly separate pages is generally a bad idea.
Since we're currently addressing the 'hashbang' issue as a result of a site redesign, I found #67 to be especially useful. And thanks to Thomas V for chiming in.
Great post. I see two months later. Surely it is a very basic question, but I hope someone can solve my doubt. What characters should not be used in my URL's?
Life has just taken its toll. I'm tired of hard. I'm tired of struggle. Things have been taxing for a while, and I'm just over it.
I reluctantly let go, then watch in turn as he says goodbye to his sister, brother and dad. My heartache is mirrored in their teary faces. It is awful. This public fracture of our family feels surreal and unfair. We cannot muster the dignity such an event deserves we are a sobbing, pathetic mess. Strangers pass by, unsure of what to make of our tears. He gives us one last smile, then throws a bag over his shoulder and goes. He walks out of my life and into his own with such ease that I'm simultaneously proud and devastated.
My clients always ask me to some write-up (proof) where they can find the URL structure suggestions. I used to give all write ups separately from different resource. But now I found this article where all the important suggestion are given.
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I would like to add one more thing that if our website has three butoons on the home page (black, blue, red) and if any user click any one of them to read something then it become a new url. For example - /black!?6795,
I blow him a kiss. I offer a prayer for his safety, his well-being, and his happiness. I ache down to my core. Two years apart seems insurmountable and unendurable.
Thanks for pointing out about the case sensitive issues. This is something that probably requires some bit of additional work to get right.