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Re: indexing ColdFusion pages

From: Bill Moseley <moseley(at)not-real.hank.org>
Date: Tue May 14 2002 - 21:12:56 GMT
At 03:08 PM 05/14/02 -0600, Tanya Tkachuk wrote:

No, I meant an example .cfm doc so I can see why it's not grabbing the title.


>
>My Search results page looks like this:
>
>*******************
>Search Results
>
>Swish found the following items, listed in order of relevance
>Your Search for thoracic returned 322 items. 
>
>
>members_area.cfm
>
>links.cfm
>
>guidelines.cfm
>
>contact.cfm
>
>research.cfm
>
>events.cfm
>
>journal.cfm
>
>prodev.cfm
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>membership.cfm
>
>home.cfm
>
>Member Application Form
>
>Membership Form
>
>Sociétés Professionnelles
>
>
>*******************************
>
>If you'll notice, the html files (Member Application Form, Membership 
>Form,Sociétés Professionnelles) show their titles.  I want the .cfm files 
>to do the same
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>> At 10:12 AM 05/13/02 -0700, Tanya Tkachuk wrote:
>> >A cold fusion page, when looking at the code, looks exactly like an html 
>> >document except it has it's own custom tags which you add within the html 
>> >code.  When I index the site (using the file system method) it indexes
the 
>> >pages properly (I can search by a key word and the pages show up) but it 
>> >doesn't grab the title from between the title tags.  Instead the page
name 
>> >(example: testpage.cfm) is printed out. Is there some way that this can
be 
>> >solved?
>> 
>> Can you post an example doc?
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Bill Moseley
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Received on Tue May 14 21:17:46 2002