Adding date in URLs
I've started adding date in URLs under
/writings. You might notice a
timestamp at the end of each page, that is when the page was last
modified & not when I wrote it.
I think the creation date must be known so I'll add them in URLs from now. I also keep them in the writings index page, so you could get the date from there too.
The new URL format will be
<andinus> are underscores in urls okay? [16:38] <Botje> why wouldn't they be? [16:39] <Botje> https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc3986#section-2.3 <Botje> they're unreserved [16:40] <Botje> so you can use them [...] <andinus> i started adding dates to my posts so new name is like "date_post-title.html" [16:41] [...] <simcop2387> andinus: browsers and people may not have a problem with the url, but google and seo and such might. they seem to like urls like /post/date/title and such now [16:45] <andinus> ah i dont care about seo thing, i was thinking about people not liking it [16:46] <andinus> havent seen it much <ttkp> andinus - some people strongly dislike underscores, but I've yet to hear a reasonable explanation for it [16:48] * ttkp adores underscores *shrug* ymmv [16:49] <simcop2387> ttkp: they're moist [#perl@freenode]
I changed the timestamp at the end to clearly say it's last modified stamp. This does make the URL a bit ugly but it's okay.