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In terms of search engine visibility, it does not matter if you use absolute or relative links on your Web site. The search engines automatically convert relative links into an absolute links. However, using absolute links will not make a site rank higher merely because Webmasters choose to use absolute links on their sites.

Absolute and relative links

For those of you who do not know the difference between an absolute and relative link, the following examples should make it clearer.

An absolute link defines a specific location of the Web file or document including: the protocol to use to get the document, the server to get it from, the directory it is located in, and the name of the document itself. Below is an example of an absolute link:

With a relative link, the search engine spiders and browsers already know where the current document is located. Thus, if you link to another document in the same directory, you will not need to write out the full URL. Only the file name is necessary.

Another very important function for the best SEO practices, converting all of your URLs to the base or absolute url will help keep your site from getting blacklisted by the engines. This will force the site to always use your url

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