__/ [ canadafred ] on Friday 31 March 2006 21:29 \__
> "Roy Schestowitz" <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> 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
>> answer is probably not. However, it would be nice to keep track of
>> redirection information. That might get stored in the crawler's server,
>> 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
> I was refering to tags like <meta http-equiv="Keywords" content="">
Ahh... that's different. It's embedded in the page itself rather than
associated with server configuration and the network layer.
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