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Duplicate pages - a way to index AJAX pages?

Grega M [PersonRank 2]

Saturday, March 7, 2009
15 years ago2,611 views

Related to the post:
HTML Syntax to Tell Google About Duplicate Pages
http://blogoscoped.com/archive/2009-02-13-n76.html

Couldl this feature be used to make a search index for heavy AJAX pages (similar to Google Maps etc.)? One would simply do a "database dump" in a simple text way for each record in the database and use the
<link rel="canonical" href="http://www.example.com/link-to-main-page" />
tag to let search engines know which is the actual "page" to be shown?

In that case, the contents of these two "pages" would not be the same. I am not sure how engine would respond to that...

Or is there any other way of indexing "pages" hidden within AJAX applications?

PS: I submitted this thread a few minutes ago but I cannot see it in the forum. If there will be two threads, please merge them.

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