Well, I think I may have got EPC to work with SEO-friendly links. See http://www.highintegritydesign.com/test/uos/
. What I did is use /%postname%/%post_id%/ as the permalink structure in WordPress.
This gives me a link structure like mysite.com/about-me and when I navigate using the calendar, mysite.com/about-me/?mo=11&yr=2009. These are perfectly fine for SEO! I'm not sure why the post_id is not showing up at the end of the permalink...but it seems to work.
Do you see any potential problems with this? If this is really working, I think I should get a Special Star
I'd really appreciate if you had time to try this on your site and confirm it works for you too.
There is one thing still broken-- on the full-sized calendar, the drop-down and Go button for going to a specific date doesn't work. Is there a way to disable just the drop-down and Go button but keep the forward, back and Today buttons? Perhaps there's a way to do this n EPC, or perhaps I can set display:hidden for those fields (haven't looked at the code yet to see if that's possible).