Subject: Re: [htdig] How can I remove some keywords, from search results?
From: Torsten Neuer (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat May 06 2000 - 12:49:39 PDT
> Tasos Angelis wrote:
> I noticed that in the search results only html tags are removed.
> But, how can I remove some other unwanted words from the results of
> I want to selectivly remove those functions.
> e.g. .... something something something .... findit();.... something
> to be:
> .... something something something .... .... something
> without findit(); in it.
> There are 10 or little more of those functions.
You should put anything inside of <SCRIPT> tags in SGML comments.
This is not only valid vof Ht://Dig, but also for most other robot
software which else will interpret the contents of <SCRIPT> as normal
code in an external file (<SCRIPT SRC="file.js">). I don't know any
crawler that will follow the SRC-attribute of the <SCRIPT> tag.
You can also configure Ht://Dig to ignore anything inside <SCRIPT>
by using the noindex_start/noindex_end configuration attributes.
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