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Re: Bad links in documentation

From: John Almberg <jalmberg(at)not-real.identry.com>
Date: Thu Jan 16 2003 - 14:02:42 GMT
Ah, I see. Okay, I'll try that once I actually write the code for the 
dynamic page (today). I only have three days for this project, so speed 
is of the essence!

And don't get me going on MS.  :-)

-- John

Bill Moseley wrote:

>On Wed, 15 Jan 2003, John Almberg wrote:
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>>Well, I'm working on a site built by another web guy (graphics type.) 
>>It's a couple hundred pages of static content and one page (an events 
>>calandar) of dynamic content. So the search engine has to index lots of 
>>static pages and one dynamic page. Odd, yes, but mine is not to reason 
>>why, mine is to deliver the software.
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>I have one site that is a mix of static and one section is database
>driven.  I use a -S prog program that first spiders, ignoring the database
>generated URLs, and the reads the database.  Makes it easy to combine the
>input methods.
>
>   IndexDir ./spider.pl ./read_database.pl
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>>Did the whole thing in one day, which is a testament to the quality of 
>>the swish documentation. Excellent program, excellent docs!
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>Cool.  I was talking to someone the other day that suggested the only way
>to do anything fast was with .NET!
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