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|Hyphens (-) instead of underscores (_) in your URLs|
Message # 1 | 7:13 PM 2015-01-20
We recommend that you use hyphens (-) instead of underscores (_) in your URLs.
Will this be possible on uCoz in the future ?
Right now everything is converted to underscores (_) and this is not good at all for SEO. [ and no punctuation between words is again bad as seen on the link above ]
Consider using punctuation in your URLs. The URL http://www.example.com/green-dress.html is much more useful to us than http://www.example.com/greendress.html.
It could be done by a simple small update to your system. Will the new CP allow this ?
Thank you in advance !
Post edited by Urs - Tuesday, 2015-01-20, 7:15 PM
Message # 2 | 8:19 AM 2015-01-21
Urs, I replied earlier to a similar question http://forum.ucoz.com/forum/37-8302-108298-16-1404394408
Not the new CP, the SEO module will allow this.
I'm not active on the forum anymore. Please contact other forum staff.
Message # 3 | 12:53 PM 2015-02-05
Will the new SEO module allow :
1. To set the language and localization you want for a page. Example : English language for UK / English language for US / English language for those who live in Poland / Polish language for Germany region etc.
( because Google webmaster tools allows you to target only 1 country with your site or all of them by not specifying anything, so if you don't target the whole site to a specific region you should do this targeting for each page right ?)
2. Allow pages in shop and other modules to be tagged with language and region zones ? For example you want a product in shop module to be sold for French people in French language and in German language for German people.
Also since the menu of the shop module & other modules are fixed in one language, how are you going to make a multilingual site ?
Will the SEO module allow : Subdirectories with gTLDs example.com/de/
Your site has no hreflang tags.
Google uses hreflang tags to match the user's language preference to the right variation of your pages.
Post edited by Urs - Thursday, 2015-02-05, 1:17 PM
Message # 5 | 11:32 PM 2015-02-05
The Russian language CP shows me SEO PRO.
Should i wait for the English version to appear ? Any news on release date ?