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    what is "?c=n:o=d"
    Hey yall

    i'm getting a strange URL for a site that i just redirected i run the singular and plural for a term and build on the singular not thinking google would see it, but they did.

    We have wild card redirects (singular redirected via 301 to plural about 2 weeks ago) in place from the singular to the plural but now the old results read:
    singular_domain_name/?c=n:o=d has anyone seen this before ????
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    http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=%3Fc%3Dn:o%3Dd

    Parent/child reference?

    Maybe make sure you have an index.html file in all your directories.
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    general fuq mrbshouse's Avatar
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    i get like 10 mil results looked for it before and can't find one that details what it means

    i expect that as google figures out where to go this will correct itself, but it would be nice to know what this means

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