Do you know you can access your page quickly with a short, direct link to your page? A friendly URL is a web address that is easy to read and includes words that describe the content of the page. It can be "friendly" in two ways. 1) It can help visitors remember the Web address, and 2) it can help describe the page to search engines.
Here are a few examples:
A number of friendly URLs have been set up and a list of these can be found below. If you would like to set one up, please contact Joan Gilmore at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Page||Web Friendly Address|
|Battle of the Books||/battle|
|Breakfast with the Authors||/breakfast|
|Child Care Planning Council||/ccpc|
|Child Dev & Early Education||/cdp|
|Child Welfare & Attendance Services||/childwelfare|
|Children and Family Resource Services||/cfrs|
|Class Sets of Books||/books or /class-sets|
|Clear Admin Services Credential||/casc|
|College & Career Readiness||/cte|
|Computer Science for all||/csforall|
|County Board of Education||/board|