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Don't split your link juice

Most websites have a home page with something like index.php or default.aspx at the end of its URL – for example, MyWebsite.com/index.php
There are sound technical reasons for that, which I’ll explain below. But just like your underwear, you really shouldn’t be showing that level of detail to the public.

Even worse than an unexpected glimpse of the skivvies, these extras at the end of a site’s URL could indicate that the webmaster has inadvertently crippled the site’s visibility to search engines.

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