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    Here is a quiz that will trow up a few comments.
    What are the benifits of an seo mod that would stop PHP sessions being generated if the user agent of the visitor is detected to be a search engine.
    What I suppose I mean in is that without this mod the search engines will see URLs as mmm, not very nice is it?:thumbsdown:
    So your thoughts on this and whether it is worth doing this in my modification?
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    If, on one hand, you are talking about session IDs being transmitted as part of the URL, then I don't think that presents any SEO issues. Should you wish to stop this from happening however then the following code should do the trick:

    ini_set('session.use_only_cookies', true);

    On the other hand, if you really mean that your links are cluttered with ugly get data, regardless of whether sessions are being used or not, then yes - getting to grips with mod_rewrite (or equivalent) could help your search ranking.

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    And if for whatever reason you wanted to do that only for search engines, that would likewise be fairly straightforward.

    EDIT: To be clear, I mean the ini_set solution. You can also target just the search engine using mod_rewrite, but if you're cleaning up your URLs with it there's no reason not to show the cleaner URLs to your users, as well.

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