__/ [ canadafred ] on Friday 31 March 2006 18:44 \__
> "Sorcerdon" <sorcerdon@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>> Im using classic ASP.
>> Do strings in my HTTP headers get spidered.
No, but they should be interpreted for instructions, I imagine.
> Code should always be considered visible to an intelligent spider.
By "spidered", I suppose the intent is to say "recorded", in which case the
answer is probably not. However, it would be nice to keep track of
redirection information. That might get stored in the crawler's server, but
never made public. No-one knows. Not me anyway...
>> Should I have my HTTP headers show
>> search engine optimization type strings?
> I suppose it depends on the intent; whether you want to manipulate the
> search engine or simply guide it.
How do you reckon you can SEO HTTP header? Identify oneself as the key words?
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