wtkad - 12:46 pm on Aug 7, 2007 (gmt 0) But I do get 404 errors like: On the next redesign, I'm planning to use a different system for code transporting myself.
I currently use the base element because I need the same code to work in three different places:
My computer (127.0.0.1/example/)
The test site (www.anotherdomain.com/folder/example/)
The actual site (www.example.com)
It's much easier to change the base tag for each location than to change all the links and includes every time it's moved.
Even though the base tag should make it:
I don't know what user-agents those come from, and I've never seen a wrong one in Google Webmaster Tools, but it does happen. It could just be the smaller bots that no one wants anyway. But it verifies the above caution - if you're relying on being spidered perfectly, you probably shouldn't depend on the base tag.
But I do get 404 errors like:
On the next redesign, I'm planning to use a different system for code transporting myself.