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    Hi there.
    I have a site and I want a link to be indexed without the query string. The query string is to open the page in thickbox. If a person is on the site I want it to open in thickbox, if they are not I don't want them to see the query string.

    Is there a way to index it without the query string? Or do I have do just do a rel="nofollow" and submit it via sitemap. Is it better to have it pick up the link from my site or will a sitemap not hurt it?

    Right now, google sees the query strings on these links and indexes them.

    Thanks,
    Ben

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    yes you can detect if it is a browser or not and then use php / similar to put the link in or not as you need...

    if you are familar with PHP look at server variables to get you started... think those should contain the info you need...

    -Hagen
    Hagen Rose: hagen(at)jxwd(dot)co(dot)uk
    JX Web Development, Bournemouth, Dorset...JXWD.co.uk


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