Pawel Olszewski (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Tue, 9 Jun 1998 18:18:46 +0200 (MET DST)
On Tue, 9 Jun 1998, Andrew Scherpbier wrote:
> ht://Dig will follow the 302 and 304 HTTP redirects as defined in the HTTP
> there's no chance that ht://Dig will every support it.
I meant <meta http-equiv="Refresh" content="... . This could be
eventually extracted from head section.
> > 3. Targets
> > If I index two sites at once, and one of them is in frames, and the other
> > is not, I would need to use different targets for specific links, for
> > the second site not to be shown as sub-page of the first site.
> I'm not exactly sure what's going on here. Can you give some sample URLs?
Case is as follows:
http://www.uml.lodz.pl/ is a main city of Lodz office site and it's
'framed'. The search page is in the frame on the right (check out the
http://575.uml.lodz.pl/ is a virtual serv. -- devoted to 575th
anniversary of the city of Lodz, which is separate from frames (loads from
I dig thru both of them in one htdig configuration.
Now, if I find a page from '575' (e.g. search for 'anniversary') and click
the link, the page loads itself in the right frame, whereas it should load
That's where I need to alter targets in <a href... of all '575' documents
that are on the list of found docs.
> Yes, use the "substring" fuzzy algorithm. It isn't documented, but it works
> the same as the other fuzzy algorithms.
Thanks for that cute hint.
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