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Zend Developer Zone:
Search Engine Friendly Websites with the Zend Framework
October 13, 2006 @ 12:18:00

The Zend Developer Zone brings the community yet another great tutorial on using the Zend Framework to accomplish a popularly requested feature - making search engine friendly sites.

The Zend Framework allows for websites that are search engine friendly, although some thought needs to be taken when building your application. Believe it or not, building a site that is search engine friendly can also yield usability benefits.

The author (robbolton) jumps right in to things, assuming you know the framework any your way around. He starts with the creation of a table for the articles to give the system a little background info to work with and a corresponding class to work with it. Next up is the controllers for the templating, complete with an indexAction, noRouteAction, and a __call method to handle the 404s.

Then comes the fun part - creating the viewAction to handle the incoming request and round the search engine firnedly request to the correct article information. He even throws in an addAction for the Articles class to help you input the information.

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