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How to get SE:s finding a scriptpage
How to get SE:s to find a page generated by script.

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Msg#: 221 posted 7:33 pm on May 28, 2001 (gmt 0)

I have a page generated by a pl script in cgi-bin folder and i have description, meta tags and so on but how can i get the SE:s to find it ?



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Msg#: 221 posted 8:09 am on May 29, 2001 (gmt 0)

Welcome to the board Tommy.

You'll need to get the page out of the cgi-bin. Most engines won't index a page that is in cgi-bin. Many hosts allow directories outside of cgi-bin to have write access - so if it is dynamically generated, you could put the resulting page "out in the open" where se's can find it.

Easiest thing to do to get it indexed, is link to it from your homepage.

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