Rails seo friendly urls

Hi Folks,

This is my sample url: *http://xxxx.com/product_details?
category_id=produce&product_id=fresh-georgia-peaches–17http://afstaging.herokuapp.com/product_details?category_id=produce&product_id=fresh-georgia-peaches--17
*

The highlighted (red) things are my params.

How can i hide those params in this url.It should be SEO friends url.

Please advise…

On Wed, Nov 28, 2012 at 3:12 AM, Maddy [email protected]
wrote:

http://xxxx.com/product_details?category_id=produce&product_id=fresh-georgia-peaches--17

That is not an SEO unfriendly URL.

The highlighted (red) things are my params.

http://guides.rubyonrails.org/routing.html

Yes, am asking how can i optimize this url as a friendly url??

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On Wed, Nov 28, 2012 at 5:49 PM, Ashokkumar Yuvarajan <
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Yes, am asking how can i optimize this url as a friendly url??

i think you need to use nested resources. I’m assuming that a product
belongs to a category so you
can use

xxxx.com/produce/fresh-georgia-peaches--17/product_details or
xxxx.com/categories/produce/products/fresh-georgia-peaches--17/product_details

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On Wed, Nov 28, 2012 at 3:49 AM, Ashokkumar Yuvarajan
[email protected] wrote:

Yes, am asking how can i optimize this url as a friendly url??

The link I sent tell you how to do it. Depending on how you have your
actions setup depends on how easy it is. If your actions are designed
to handle both category_id and product_id you need not change your
code at all because rails builds it the same way to your action so now
you need to just add the get in there but it’s better you read the
link I sent and learn than me tell you because then you learn nothing
and I’m not your developer I’m only here to guide you.

use friendly_id gem.

Jordan is saying that the above URL is just as SEO Friendly as the below
URL.

SEO Friendly != Looks nice to humans.

This article has the gist of it:
http://gabesumner.com/are-search-engine-friendly-urls-really-search-engine-friendly

On Wednesday, November 28, 2012 10:00:49 AM UTC, jim wrote:

i think you need to use nested resources. I’m assuming that a product
belongs to a category so you
can use

I think the OP wants to hide the params completely, could he not create
a
route that uses POST instead of GET?

Paul

It is not SEO unfriendly… what you’re asking for is a human friendly
URL.

On 2012-11-28 10:19:51 +0000, Ashokkumar Yuvarajan said:

On Mon, Dec 3, 2012 at 8:49 AM, paul h [email protected] wrote:

I think the OP wants to hide the params completely, could he not create a
route that uses POST instead of GET?

Why would you use post instead of get? There is no need to change
anything really (if your code is designed right at least) because all
you would need to do is “/uri/:category_id/:product_id” =>
“controller#action” and it will route it and setup the params the same
way it would with query strings. The problem comes in with the fact
that you can kill your SEO by doing that because you provide no useful
information for the search engine, you actually strip some context but
that’s not my concern it’s yours.

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