Good news first: Hannes has updated the code, and to the best of my knowledge, the / errors have vanished. I have renamed the first games with such titles that I'm aware of, and they appear to be working now
Regarding the general remarks:
As the site's Google page rank indicates, I don't know anything about modern SEO.
I hope that people will find the site via each game's page rather than directly via files.
The site has some file naming conventions which are probably esoteric by current standards. The site's roots are 20 years old and it shows. But as Garry indicates, it's not going to change without causing a heap of issues with other sites.
Anyway, much as I'd love for CASA to get more attention, I honestly (and naively?) don't believe that it's down to the file names.
Mr Creosote wrote: ↑
Mon Dec 30, 2019 8:16 am
Jacob, switching to any other character to encode spaces in the URIs is a change of one line of code. So if you'd like to go the Google way (probably not a horrible idea, considering they are the only relevant search engine in the English speaking world), it's easy.
Ok, if it's not much hassle, please make it so