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Search engines burn way too much bandwidth and processing time when they crawl unchanged dynamic pages. Here is how you can reduce your server load and bandwidth costs dramatically with proper handling of conditional GET requests from crawlers.
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from beussery 2445 Days ago #
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Great information that everyone should know about, when I say If-Modified-Since people even "SEOs" still look at me like I’m from another planet.  Hard to believe when it’s been in Webmaster Guidelines all this time!  I think changes in dynamic includes in pages where the timestamp remains constant are just as much of a problem only for webmasters.

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from Sebastian 2445 Days ago #
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Thanks Brian. :) I know how you feel. Unfortunately, I’m used to discuss topics the audience can’t even spell. ;)

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from beussery 2444 Days ago #
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he..he...he I hear ya, at least they don’t notice when you misspell something!

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