"Roy Schestowitz" <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> __/ [Brent Atkerson] on Friday 21 October 2005 15:46 \__
>> "Roy Schestowitz" <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>>> __/ [Brent Atkerson] on Friday 21 October 2005 14:38 \__
>>>> Google does not show any information for this page except the link to
>>>> page. It has been indexed for quite some time. I realize there is
>>>> optimization to be done yet (actually want to redo the site as the code
>>>> quite bloated) but other pages of the site show information at Google.
>>>> Same page seems to have description and such in MSN but is not even
>>>> in Yahoo!.
>>>> Thank you,
>>> * Site registered April 2005
>>> * 2 inbound links listed by Google
>>> * Header contains description metadata
>>> * Page layout is fairly clean (although table-based)
>>> I can't see why this should happen, to be honest with you. Above I
>>> listed some facts, which I thought I could point out as the culprits.
>>> site of mine showed up in Google after only a few days since
>>> and the description was picked up almost immediately, even when changed.
>>> suspect you might need a few more inbound links, but as you said, the
>>> was thoroughly crawled already. I hope the details above help
>>> else in helping you.
>>> Best wishes,
>>> PS - Love the wooden look!!
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>>> 3:05pm up 57 days 3:19, 4 users, load average: 1.07, 0.91, 0.65
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>> Thank you about the design. Was done in Real Draw using the slicer, but,
>> it sure bloats the code.
> The site took a while to load, even on a 100Mbit connection. After I wrote
> my previous post I instantly took it for a quick test at:
> The front page is totalling at 200k+, which would take almost 3 minutes
> (assuming naive transfers) to load among modem infrastrutures in some oth-
> er parts of the world. If you sell something, this may be a key factor.
> The most bloated front page I have come across was 700k+ by the way...
> The graphics can easily be optimised or compressed. There is also poten-
> tial for re-use. Tell me if you wish to know more.
> Roy S. Schestowitz | "No, I didn't buy that from eBay"
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> 3:50pm up 57 days 4:04, 4 users, load average: 0.34, 0.25, 0.28
> http://iuron.com - next generation of search paradigms
Yes, the long load times are because of each of the slices having its own
images that all need to be loaded. I want to redo the whole site using CSS
for layout and get rid of the slices. That is WAY above me right now but I
know that is what I need to do. Just need to finish my 320 square foot
addition I am building onto my house (doing the work myself, started it July
4th and just finishing the electrical, doors and window shades so I can call
for final inspection). Once that is done, I plan on getting back onto the
web site work.
Anrod Screen Cylinder Co.