Posted 19 September 2006 - 03:02 PM
I have been asked to do a business site but don’t think I can get it on a search engine. Is there any way around this, or do I do strait html.
Posted 19 September 2006 - 03:07 PM
Posted 19 September 2006 - 03:21 PM
They cannot see the source code, they can't see PHP/ASP, just like a user cannot see your source code.
There is talk about how the crawlers don't like to index pages with variables in the URL ie: http://blah.com/scri...&view=thisplace but I've seen lots of pages that are indexed that way with google and yahoo, so they must do it, they might just perfer the http://blah.com/scri...p/asd/thisplace better.
Submit your site to the big search engines. Make sure there is alot of content in the pages you provide. Also make sure things images etc have title/alt tags associated to them too. Also ensure the content on your pages actual makes sense to the rest of the site. Google likes to stop indexing your site if you use words that are not relevent to the rest of the site. IE having and white background and below your footer adding white text with popular search tems like teen, sex, etc when your site is about flowers
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Posted 19 September 2006 - 03:34 PM
If i wanted to force there hand i could (Knowing they are robots) deliver a difrent page to them and they wouldent know. (A page with cmore compresed information for them to see.)
Posted 19 September 2006 - 03:50 PM
Yes, they can. A redirection, perhaps with header("Location: index.php") for example, sends a 302 HTTP Response Code to the browser with details for the redirect if I remember correctly. Therefore the browser can see it, meaning the robots can also.
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