On Fri, 24 Feb 2006 09:25:31 +0000, Roy Schestowitz
>__/ [ Big Bill ] on Friday 24 February 2006 09:11 \__
>> Remember I said I was getting all these visitors that I couldn't work
>> out where they come from? They come from here
>I told you. *smile* Remember I mentioned image search?
Yeah, but they seem to come from places where I'm not found by doing
search for site in keyword serps.
>> it looks like a cache of my old link to allposters. Or something. It's
>> weird and unwelcome, whatever it is. There's millions of them and of
>> course the majority just go to my custom 404 which expains things a
>> bit and suggests folk visit my new poster site. A hell of a lot of
>> visitors don't, however. I want to get rid of all of these, how do we
>> think I should go about this?
>You could set up a redirection, either in Apache (equivalents) or in the
>page. For example, how about you exclaim that the page is no longer existent
>and that the user will be redirected to the appropriate site shortly? For
> <META HTTP-EQUIV="Refresh" CONTENT="1;URL=http://allposter.com">
> <TITLE>Page No longer valid</TITLE>
> <BODY BGCOLOR=EEEEEE>
> <p>You should shortly be redirected to the <b>allposter site</b></p>
> <p>If this does not happen, <a href="http://allposter.com">click
I want to redirect them to the right page on my poster site at ntl. I
also want, soon, to take all the book pages off and put them on my
author site at Demon. Difficult to do zillions of redirects at once to
different places. Would they all be respected and observed if I did
I'd much rather get all references to my old posters from out of
caches. I don't know a way to do that though.
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