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Can search engines crawl content of .php files?


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In my site, I used build my own content management system and all menus and related files created by php. All of my pages have .php extension. I used queries to get them(i.e. index.php?page=...&blog=...subblog=... etc.) When user clicked the related blog/subblog page from the menu, I use include function for page and put it in index.php. So all of them shown in index.php, not their seperate links. I created correct sitemap.xml showing each page correctly.

So does such structure prevents search engines to crawl their content? Thanks.

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I am searching the answer in the internet, looking for search engines' pages but I could not find the answer. Thanks @requinix. It is the main problem for me, as you noticed from my questions that are about sitemap , include function, crawling etc. All are about the same problem : not indexed pages.  You finally put a period ! Then I will look for other points why my site could not indexed correctly.

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