I'm wondering if the IGNORELASTCHAR should apply to Meta tag searches?
I get inconsistent results if commas are used to seperate meta names.
A search for "animals" as a meta word does not return a page with
"animals," in the meta tag. Vice-versa is also true
Also, on the page with commas, the other 2 meta tags cannot be searched at
<HTML><HEAD><TITLE>THIS IS A META TAG TEST WITH COMMAS IN THE META
<META NAME="DC.subject" CONTENT="mickey mouse"> <META NAME="keywords"
CONTENT="fishing, yale, animals,">
Is the answer to leave out the commas? Convention seems to be to put them
in, or am I missing something?
Yale University Library Systems
Received on Sat Sep 20 04:40:02 1997