Re: [htdig] Frame problems!


Max (max@sensenet.com)
Tue, 19 Oct 1999 14:46:37 +0100


hi Andy,
thanks for responding to me. The prob is though that I can't have any links on
the "content" page, only on the menus at the side frame.

I wonder if there's a way to have a hidden link or something that htdig sees but
not the user. Still not an ideal solution though.

Regds,
Max.

Andy Malato wrote:

> I had a similar problem with our site. Our site uses a frame to the left
> with a jave driven menu to navigate the entire site. The main page that
> pops up was just our company contact info, so htdig wasn't indexing very
> much, the way around this was I created text links on the bottom of every
> page, that allows htdig's spider to easily index the entire site, but you
> have to make sure you include every link that you want indexed. I hope that
> helped a bit.
>
> ---Andy
>
> Max wrote:
>
> > Hi folks,
> > I have a prob with htdig and my site that has frames. It uses menus on
> > the left frame and the content is displayed in the right frame. I've
> > marked the left frames with "noindex" because obviously I don't want
> > nested frame nastyness appearing in the content area. However, I've been
> > informed that htdig indexes "spider like" from link to link through the
> > site. This means that it's indexing nothing as my links are in the frame
> > page that I've marked noindex.
> >
> > Is there anyway just to have htdig index files in the file system?
> >
> > Any help would be greatly appreciated!
> >
> > Thanks,
> > Max.
> >
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