Never thought about how to define SEO friendly. I assumed that a website would/could be made optimized for SEO.
Yes that is what I've discovered, that the client's perspective is missing on most discussions. Although even the web developers perspective does shed some light, but clearly not enough. I'll dive a little deeper and see what I come across. Thanks.
Sage, Ive seen some of your posts while I've been romancing the forum as a guest. You do have an interesting outlook that is business oriented.
In my case, This website is a dinosaur idea (its extinct, not big). The only reason why I'm doing it is that I want to have a small entry and develop my learning curve, with something that doesn't harm me, hopefully.
That being said, there will be no financial transactions. The most sensitive data is going to be emails of registered members on the site.
The only thing that I'm worried about is I want a professional website, a backup service if the website has glitches. The ability to expand the website with newer functions later. In short a proper experience for the few or many people who sign up. That is why I'm fretting a lil bit.
The website is (ok I'm embarrassed to admit this, but what the heck) a classified ads website. Like I said, no big shakes. The developer wants to develop in Joomla. Is that ok to use for this sort of site. Particularly if it grows big.