On Tue, Nov 04, 2003 at 12:03:56AM +1300, Bruce Fitzsimons wrote:
> I've hacked the wiki a bit so it runs as an appmod to see if Google treats
> it differently. For those few of you who are unaware, I've got some probl=
> with Google and other search engines not indexing my wiki.
> My understanding of the problem has progressed. The problem seems to be t=
> it thinks each .yaws is only one page. So showPage.yaws gets one place in
> the index, with the highest linked page winning (node=3Dhome).
You might just have tried replacing showPage.yaws?node=3Dfoo by
showPage.yaws/foo. `/foo' would have been available as
> Pages below that pointing to showPage.yaws are not indexed, despite
> being explictly allowed by the robots meta tag.
Somewhere on google.com they write that they are not keen on
traversing a possibly infinite URL space.
Carsten Schultz (2:38, 33:47), FB Mathematik, FU Berlin
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