> -----Original Message-----
> From: Marc G. Fournier [mailto:scrappy(at)postgresql(dot)org]
> Sent: 20 January 2004 18:17
> To: pgsql-www(at)postgresql(dot)org
> Subject: [pgsql-www] Whack of changes to archives ...
> Based on comments from Oleg, I did a bunch of cleaning up of
> the archives (which is still in the process of being
> "re-mhonarced") ...
> First and foremost, a 'Last-Modified' date is now set, based
> on the timestamp of the file ... the script that generates
> the files is designed so that it doesn't go through and
> re-create old messages, so as long as I don't to rebuild the
> whole things 'yet again', the time stamps should stay pretty fixed ...
> Second, I added a bunch of code that is aimed at reducing the
> amount of information that gets indexed by search engines.
> For instance, the banner and search code at the top of
> *every* page isn't displayed, nor are the followup/references
> stuff at the bottom ... and only the date index is searched,
> not the thread ones ... basically, content is presented, not
> the miriad of links to that same content ... basically, for
> the msg* files, I've strip out *everything* except the
> message itself ...
Arrggh! You know I'm in the middle of indexing that lot!
The banner code etc. can be removed from indexes by wrapping it in
<!--noindex--> <!--/noindex--> or similar tags as appropriate to the
search engine being used (currently I'm building an ASPSeek index which
is proving to work very nicely).
pgsql-www by date
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