Torsten Neuer (email@example.com)
Fri, 16 Apr 1999 08:32:58 +0200
According to Gilles Detillieux:
>According to Torsten Neuer:
>> According to Chuck Bradley:
>> >I don't know if I'm sending this to the right place, so please let me
>> >know if I'm bothering you.
>> >I have a small intranet for Kinko's in Atlanta and I'm using htdig. The
>> >problem is that I can't get the results to return the meta descriptions.
>> >All I get is the contextual excerpts, which are annoying. I've tried
>> >adding the "use_meta_descriptions: true" line to my configuration file,
>> >but it doesn't seem to help. I even tried using the noindex tag in my
>> >html to block off some of the unwanted stuff, but it has no effect
>> >either. Do I need to do something to the script to tell it that the
>> >configuration file has been updated? I know nothing about CGI, except
>> >that it exists and that it makes stuff like this happen.
>> It uses the descriptions, but is doesn't display them.
>No, that's not right. If use_meta_description (not plural!) is true, and
>the document has a meta description, and it's not truncated to nothing by
>a 0 in max_meta_description_length, then it will display the meta description
>instead of the contextual excerpt.
Ah.. thanks for pointing that one out for me.
Seems as if I missed something - gotta look up the docs again ,-)
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