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I'm thinking about developing a website that will use the following dynamic architecture: index.php?id=1index.php?id=2index.php?id=3index.php?id=4etc. As opposed to the static (old school): index.phppage1.phppage2.phppage3.phppage4.phpetc. What are the pros and cons in terms of caching, search engine indexing and other stuff you can think of?

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That's a very broad question. What does your site need to do?

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Browser caching will be same as long as the whole URL is same. Search engine will crawl links normally and will index it. If you provide a sitemap for the site things will be much better. Though dynamic link like ?id=2 can affect verbosity of the URL which is an important in SEO optimization. You can though use URL rewriting to format the url in verbose way.

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