Directory Rewriting.. What actually happens?
when a DIRECTORY is accessed via the address bar e.g. http://www.mysite.com/mydirectory WordPress will forward the user from http://www.mysite.com/mydirectory > http://www.mysite.com/mydirectory/ ( adding the / )
This happens to directories that are physically on the server, like /images/ as well as the ones that WordPress creates like /category/
My question is:
When the above happens, is it best to preform a 301 redirect (from mydirectory > mydirectory/)? and is there any header data sent to a Googlebot that informs the bot that this is a Directory (or a kind of pseudo directory in the case of /category/) and not a page named “mydirectory”?
Im curious as I think this could have an impact on SEO.
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