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Why do people put the TL;DR at the bottom? It's made to help you not read long passages, but it's pointless if it's at the bottom and I read it AFTER the paragraph.
But I'm curious about your question too, so: 📌
xewl44733yIf the URL represents the content, you'll get ++ on Search Engines.
I also often see:
Nothing is stopping you from doing:
Depending on the code underneath, it'll redirect you, or just show content for that ID anyway.
The originally generated URL should be put in the meta-data - so, if someone shares that link, or it was versioned, the SE knows the original one.
Why are you so mad about it anyway :P
@collinb1000 nah, xewl is correct. or at least it used to be that way, and who the fuck knows if it still is today.
funny thing is that it's usually just an ignored part, but then, some "innovative" sites i've come across ACTUALLY USE THAT URL PARAM TO GENERATE ARTICLE'S TITLE, so you can arbitrarily change it to better reflect your opinion about the article, for a bit of fun