Thu, 28 Oct 1999 11:36:59 +0100
the tags have been in there throughout though, so this should not make any
Try "glossary" - unchanged since 10/20. It returns the left hand menu frame
which has the tag below within it.
Torsten Neuer wrote:
> Max wrote:
> > Hi folks,
> > not sure if this post went out, so here it is again just in case.....
> > I tried the <meta name="robots" content="noindex"> tag to have the
> > engine follow the links for indexing, but no index the document itself
> > (as it is one of those left sidebar menu frame type things), but it
> > still seems to index the page. Check it out.....
> > http://www.crestweb.co.uk/search/index.html
> > Enter some text from the left menu, and although this frame has the
> > tags, it has still been indexed throughout.
> > Any advice would be greatly appreciated!
> Well.. what did you expect a search engine to return without having
> re-indexed the pages?
> The search result returns a document with a timestamp of 10/20/99
> whereas your document is dated 10/28/99.
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