Hanno Mueller (email@example.com)
Fri, 09 Jul 1999 01:35:15 +0200
>I think under the DTD, the best solution is the <LINK> tag. A few
>browsers are starting to add support for it (iCab on the Macintosh, for
>example). Since it's already there and doesn't require a non-standard
>tag, this is probably my preferred route for this.
Agreed. I must admit that I didn't know about that tag. Does htdig already
understand the <LINK> tag?
>I'll speak for Gabriele and say that this name is good (that's what he's
>using) and development is already underway. Anyone interested should
>contact Gabriele Bartolini <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I think I just found a new law: "No matter what you just invented, someone
else has done it already." I'll call it Mueller's law. Well, probably
someone else already coined that phrase years ago. I don't care, since this
is just another proof that Mueller's law is right. :-)
Does htcheck try to test external links, too?
>> Most crawlers do not mention their referer. They do not have to, but I
>> always think it's kind of inpolite.
>Besides the URLs in start_url, ht://Dig uses the refererring URL. It
>would be easy to add one for the start_url's, but what would that be?
Remember when I wrote that I'd first want to find out if my suggestions are
new or obsolete? :-) But good to hear that.
Thanks for the answers,
-- Hanno Müller, +49-40-5603170, http://www.hanno.de
"We were lookin' for an echo, an answer to our sound." http://casa.home.pages.de
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