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Friday, September 29, 2006

Google Indexes Spaces in Subdomains

Google is indexing spaces in subdomains which leads to result pages where you won’t be able to follow-up to the actual page using Firefox – try a search for [allinurl:"%20www”], for example, and click on the “” result (“%20” is an URL-encoded blank).
Whether this is Google’s fault or not, their SERPs end up broken for some browsers this way (Opera and IE seem to handle this fine, but other browsers like Firefox don’t)...


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