Spider-friendly URLs, what to look for in a host
Chuck, you pointed out that my hosting provider cannot handle the Photopost spider-friendly URL feature... yet I made sure that I purchased hosting that met the photopost requirements prior to making my photopost purchase.
This feature is very important to me, infact it's one of the features that sold me on this product.
It would be a major problem to switch my hosting at this point, so I've tried on my own to get this feature working to no avail.
Godaddy insists that it should work, but they are obviously not familiar with your product... And since I'm not familiar with the inner workings of photopost, I have been unable to ask the correct questions to Godaddy to get this feature working.
My question is:
What specifically does my hosting provider lack that makes spider-friendly URLs function?
If you can answer this question, then A) I may still be able to get this feature working with my current host, or B) I can find a host that will support the feature.
You asked this twice and I responded to you initial thread where you have a duplicate of this very post
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