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It didn't respond though, but it initiated the chat skript like a human visitor would do.
I typed in a few words to see if probably a human editor was behind all this, then I released the bot out of the chat.
It resolved however to crawler14.google(bot?).com and started with 62 or 64. I know, that's not much help...
Maybe GoogleGuy can shed some light on this? (Was this enough to summon him? :-)
The chat on my page is initiated like this:
Where '1234567' is my chat-ID with them.
Is that any help?
[edited by: Marcia at 10:33 am (utc) on May 7, 2004]
[edit reason] Side scrolling. [/edit]
that's what google uses
failing that, set the NO FOLLOW metatag in your page...
or, if you don't want google not to follow anything from that page...
put your link into a small <IFRAME > on its own small page, with the NO FOLLOW on the IFRAMEd page, not your main page. or even, write a page that your link opens, and that page REDIRECTs to your chat script, with a NO FOLLOW meta tag
Since the tag is automatically on EVERY page, the NOFOLLOW is not an option.
I'm not familair with Iframes at all, but I guess I can find a tutorial somewhere?
What is surprising (and totally unrelated to this thread) is that the frequency with which MSN visits my site has significantly increased over the last few weeks.
Are they deep-spidering the net to get food for their own search?
The problem is however, that the cursor doesn't turn into a hand anymore when I slide it over the trigger image.