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  • Plugin Author xnau webdesign

    (@xnau)

    Easiest way to do what you suggest is to create a WordPress template for the page, then where it puts in the page title, you’d put in something like:

    <?php $participant_data = Participants_Db::get_participant($_GET['pdb']);
    echo $participant_data['first_name']; ?>
    Plugin Author xnau webdesign

    (@xnau)

    Oh, and on the Google search. If you have a list of your participants displayed on your site with links to the individual records, Google will find those and index them.

    If you really want to know exactly what Google is indexing on your site, I suggest you sign up for Google Webmaster Tools…theres a thing in there that will show you your site as their spider sees it. But you can be sure that any links on your site will be followed and indexed. If you don’t have those links anywhere, then of course they won’t be indexed.

    thank you for the fast respond, it seems to be a good solution, and I’ve already signed for Google webmasters tools but i did’t know that Google will index the links automatically.

    Thanks again.

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