HashOnPageName


"Hash tag" on pagenames (html fragment)

Let's see what happens:

MyTestPage#WithAHashTag?

This of course, does not work:

[Some#Group/MyTestPage?]]

Not related, but this works:

MyTestPage#HasOne#Two#AndThree#HashTagsInit?

Another test with spaces between the fragments:

MyTestPage#HasOne_#Two_#AndThree_#HashTagsInit_#NowWithoutSpacesAndLowerDash?

MyTestPage?#HasOne_#Two_#AndThree_#HashTagsInit_#NowLowerDashQuery?

MyTestPage?#HasOne&#Two&#AndThree&#HashTagsInit&#NowWithAmpsOnQuery?

Of course the name of the page would be just MyPage?,

but the html fragment can be found on Google, it is a smart way to create categories or new keywords within SERPS and PmWiki search.

I believe it works, let's test it! (right before saving the page)

Some of it works and others behave differently to what I expected.

@ on pagenames

Let's test with @username to see what happens:

MyTestPage?

MyTestPage@username?

Not what I expected, it removes the "@" an keeps the "username", but can be found by google and PmWiki.

So you can get all that traffic from "#" and "@" use, with CamelCase?/lowerundashed/lower-dashed words that comes from twitter and other social sites.

URLs? are not supposed to have "@" in it, I know.

I believe, not even SIA/Dori has a test like that.

It goes with the facebook trend to incorporate every single most successful feature that other social sites have.

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