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Magento VS wordpress Pages

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by newnew, Oct 28, 2014.

  1. newnew

    newnew Newbie

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    Hey, i got a question.

    Why when you create a page in wordpress, it doesnt have any extension, such as .html, .php etc..

    But when you create a page in Magento CMS, it does give you page extention, .html?

    Is this better for seo?
     
  2. BigMoneyyy

    BigMoneyyy Power Member

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    Extensions doesn't matter.
     
  3. thisismymp3

    thisismymp3 Power Member

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    don't matter but wordpress for e-commerce is wiggidity wiggidity whack !
     
  4. K.H.R

    K.H.R Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Its really not a matter for SEO. Quality is main fact. So make quality full site.
     
  5. newnew

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    thank you for the replies.

    I thought it made a difference, because even sites like Craigslist and vbulletin forums do have extensions on their post, while other sites like amazon, ebay, facebook dont.
     
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    If making a Magento website is your modus operandi then continue doing so, it has no effect on your seo as long as your extension is relevant. Personally, I would choose wordpress and use the post name or %postname%.