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I have an improper link on all browsers

     
6:56 pm on Dec 6, 2003 (gmt 0)

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When a search is done on any browser, my link is improper/invalid/is the wrong one. How can I fix this?
10:49 pm on Dec 10, 2003 (gmt 0)

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We're not ignoring you gwilliamj, I promise! :) Welcome to WebmasterWorld!

When I first read your question, I din't understand it. Help us out here, OK?

When a search is done on any browser
Where exactly are you searching when you find this " improper/invalid, wrong link?"

Please post the exact web address (also called a URL) for us. It may get edited out, but we need to start somewhere!

3:23 pm on Dec 11, 2003 (gmt 0)

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Im thinking whoever submitted your site to the SE's has submitted the address wrong in the first place. Simple spelling mistake, [/,...] or htm instead of html or vice versa are common mistakes.

If this is the case you will have to start submitting from scratch with the proper url. Other SE's will stop indexing the bad url ...when they get around to it. You can also request for it to be removed from the index if you can provide proof that you own the site.

3:41 pm on Dec 11, 2003 (gmt 0)

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htm or html issues is fixible by you or even wrond directory but if you put in [/...] then you will have start all over again

they should make browsers smarter :) browser should be able to pick this up.....