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Re: robot tags, indicating where navigation ends and content begins
From Michael Turner at distance education software from LSI on 11 Feb '00
replying to Re: robot tags, indicating where navigation ends and content begins posted by David A

David,

This may be what I saw (I misinterpreted it, I guess)

<META name="Robots" content="All">

ALL - index this page and follow its links
NONE - do not index this page, do not follow its links
INDEX, NOFOLLOW - index this page, but do not follow its links
NOINDEX, FOLLOW - do not index this page, but do follow its links

-Michael


>>I saw "somewhere" a tag that seemed to be pointing out to robots, where the content of the page began, so that the description used in the Search Engine index would accurately reflect the content of the page. Could someone show me what this tags should look like & perhaps a reference url for it? Is it widely accepted?
>>
>>mt@link-systems.com
>>webmaster, just getting started
>
>Sorry, I've never heard of that. Anybody else?




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