Question: How are dynamic web pages handled for a site map? It is one physical page, but content changes from a data base.
Answer: It’s sort of a good news / bad news issue. Google abhors dynamic URL’s, so in general avoid them, or realize that your site needs static URL’s / pseudo-static URL’s for Google purposes. Then include those in your site map.
By their very nature, dynamic URL’s are generated ‘on the fly’ and don’t really belong in a sitemap anyway; as they are not permanent. That’s why they are so severely deprecated in Google / SEO.
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