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    Unhappy SEO friendly


    I want to make the links from my site SEO friendly.. I heard that mod_perl can be the solution.

    Can someone explain me a little bit about it?

    How to use it..I saw that my host support..mod_perl

    If I have a link: site.com/index.cgi?action=showprod&name=test123&id=12345 can I make it index/showprod/test123/12345 ?!

    Thank you in advance
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    Two domains on same server


    I want to make an affiliate program to my shopping cart, the problem is that I heard that Google doesn't like Affiliate programs.

    I decided to use another domain for my afiliate and to set is as an alias to my main domain.

    Is there any $ENV variable to read to know to which site one of my user came?

    If he cames from my site it will redirect to site/index.cgi , If he cames from myafiliate it will redirect to affiliate/index.cgi..

    I also don't want to make a dupplicate site in Google.

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