RESOLVED. Probably a stupid question.....regarding "database driven" site, but....
Do database driven sites rank low with search engines, as the pages do not actually exist until the page is displayed?
I mean, on a "static" site, the pages physically sit on the server and search engines periodically "crawl" them. On dbase driven sites though, the pages do not really exist until called from the database to display as an html page..
I want to create a database driven site, as I know my client will be adding and deleting products often, and am wondering if anyone might know how to do this without my SEO suffering? Is it possible?
I mean, I thought, "I could even put my "meta-keywords" for each page in the database, BUT.... what good does that do, if the page does not actually exist!
Any tips or thoughts would be greatly appreciated.