On Fri, 05 May 2006 18:05:58 +0200, Roy Schestowitz
First one can be treated as subdirectory and in some circumstances
Google calculates subdirectory PR as upper directory PR minus 1.
If true, this indicates that many CMS packages are flawed (or
non-optimal) from an (Google-centric) SEO perspective...
Can you point to something which backs this? If there is a reference I
show, perhaps we can change the way WordPress handles URL's (permalinks)
in Apache's .htaccess.
Will be not easy, as I don't recall where I have seen it, but I have seen
it more then once, and I am not sure if it was not confirmed by SEODave in
some discussion here. But I may be completely wrong (as to the Dave, not
to the fact that I have seen this information somwhere).