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From: Mari <>
Subject: Re: suggestions
Date: Tue, 15 Feb 2000 20:33:22 -0600
There's a little more to it......if the webmaster has left the "meta tags"
in the header.....then the search engines will pick it up
irregardless. Remove the meta tags, or put the block in the script in the
and it will make a difference.
At 08:49 PM 2/15/00 -0500, wrote:
>Carol, a page can be picked up by a search engine without the webmaster
>specifically requesting that their page be indexed simply by virtue of the
>fact that their page is linked to from another page that is already indexed
>by the search engine. In this case, your homepage may have been picked up by
>AltaVista because it is linked to by at least 6 other pages that have already
>been indexed by AltaVista.
>Theoretically, the resource pages would be picked up if they are being linked
>to from other pages that are already indexed. However, if they are in a
>server directory that includes "keep out" text for the indexing software (the
>spider), then they would not be indexed by the search engine.
>Does that help?
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