It took me a few minutes to figure out where the /profiles link was on your
hompage. You understand that the only way a spider can read the content on
your webpage is to fopen() and parse the contents. Google's software cannot
"explore" your dynamic content like a human can. If the random profiles
link does not point to A000000201.html when the page is parsed for the
spider's visit then the spider will never know about that page and it won't
get indexed. If you want these pages to be indexed then build a new page on
your website called "profiles" and have it print links to all profile pages
on the same page. Link the to the profiles page from the home page.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Andy" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Thursday, June 20, 2002 2:41 PM
Subject: [PHP] Architecture problem? Google want index files exept the main
> Hi guys,
> I did recently launch my first web site and I am asking myself why google
> only indexing the first page.
> To get a better index on other search engines I am passing parameters a
> strange and the dynamic pages
> look more like static ones. So I hope this was not a shoot in a hole :-(
> I am getting the parameters from the url and decode them after a certain
> key. The file looks to the visitor like
> it is a directory while I am forcing apache to parse it with php.
> So this is the first day google is indexing it, but as I said I tryed to
> search the site with google site search and it
> does only find the first page.
> A site like:
> is not indexed at all!!
> Did I go the wrong path, or what else is going on? Thank you for any help,
> Global Travellers Network!
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