Say I rewrite a URL from
www.exampleurl.com/100/bacon-rashers will search engines try to crawl the folders '100' and 'bacon-rashers', which of course don't actually exist? Have Google or anyone written about this? I've done a quick search and can't find anything...
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I don't believe they will, especially since what you're proposing is a common way of rewriting URLs nowadays. However, for the absolute best navigation hierarchy (for both seo and usability, of course), it's a really good idea to actually create default pages for the two folders as part of your …
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