Wait... even better... do this in your swish-e.conf and see if it
Let us know if that works...
> you could use the <!-- noindex --><!-- index --> tags to comment out
> specific stuff. Although that would probably be tedious to do that
> for every link. But if your links are dynamically generated you
> could have what ever generates them put those tags around.
> Just an idea.
> Or alternatively, you could write a Filter that parses out the <a>
> tags (using HTML::Parser, etc if you like perl). It shouldn't be
> that hard. Then you'd just hand the rest off to the libxml parser to
> do the rest.
> Nic Gibson wrote:
>>Bill, thanks for the help.
>>Having had some sleep (very small babies are not recommended for
>>sleep), I need to
>>apologise for giving some totally wrong information. On rereading the
>>docs and looking
>>at what my client is reporting, I realise that a) SWISH-E is performing
>>advertised and b) it is not indexing href content, it is indexing the
>>'label' of the anchor
>> <a href='....'>Some Text Here</a>
>>The 'Some Text Here' is being indexed. I think this is almost certainly
>>This leads to another question. Is there is a simple way to stop
>>SWISH-E indexing this
>>content as it makes the results a little weird. As an example,
>>http://pmr.corbas.co.uk/dynamic/search and entering 'Magnus' as the
>>in the dialog will bring back the appropriate article plus every page
>>that links to it.
>>Is there a way to modify the indexing to avoid this effect?
Plus Three, LP
Received on Fri Aug 27 06:32:38 2004