I recently had a friendly discussion with an associate of mine regarding the SEO value of having .html or .php as an extension to your web files. The premise was that .html files were “friendlier” for search engines (SE’s).
It prompted me to do some internal thinking and naturally, some research online via the big G.
So let’s put this rumor to rest. There is no search engine advantage to having a page extended with .html vs it being extended with .php. It’s that simple.
Search engines can’t possibly begin to give preference to one language over the other, …
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