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SE and Redirection?

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2:51 pm on Sep 29, 2001 (gmt 0)

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I am trying to submit my first site to the search engines: It uses two redirection pages for checking peoples browser and screen resolution. How do I submit this to the search engines?

I am mostly interested in Google and Yahoo, and my question is if I should only
submit the 1st page which is a redirection page or how do I handle this?

4:26 pm on Sept 29, 2001 (gmt 0)

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Welcome to WmW Jacknoir!

I know that you may be better off if you get rid of the redirection, as some search engines do not like it. Especially since Yahoo is human-review.

Does anyone know of a trick or way around this?

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I looked into this before but it over my head!! This might be a useful thread for you.

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3:32 pm on Oct 1, 2001 (gmt 0)

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Try using javascript redirect insted of html redirect. Otherwise Cloacking is the only way to go, and that is not easy. I wouldn't even try

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Just notice something on wisenut.com. An affiliate program for one site redirects through a different domain. The destination page is the one indexed at wisenut, but the url show is the link to the redirect script. Looks like the spider follows server side redirects...