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orbitalz
04-28-2004, 08:37 PM
Hey all, new here, love the script. :)


But I'm having problems getting phpdig to index dynamic links.

but the for some reason phpdig doesn't index the whole URI.

One of the links I had phpdig index, was in this formation:
http://www.domain.com/bin/somestuffhere.cgi/raw_11709/A/1

but phpdig removed the "11" from "/raw_11709" (which happens to be my ref id)
so the URI was indexed like this:
http://www.domain.com/bin/somestuffhere.cgi/raw_709/A/1


Also, tried to get phpdig to index a link in this formation:

www.domain.com/php?somethinghere&c=morestuff

phpdig indexed the content, but not the whole URI.
instead it indexed the URI as "www.domain.com/php"


One more thing, does anyone know how to get phpdig index content from a link that redirects to another link, but still index under the original URI?

for example: if www.stuff.com/php?sjhkdjsh
redirects to: www.stuff.com/coolbeans
I want phpdig to index the content from www.stuff.com/coolbeans
but associate the content with www.stuff.com/php?sjhkdjsh



Plz help me:confused:

orbitalz
04-29-2004, 09:48 PM
Help me plz, someone!

vinyl-junkie
04-30-2004, 07:57 PM
Forgive me for asking, but does the URI that phpDig builds for its index work when you click on it? If it does, then why does it matter that it got shortened for the index?

Re: Your redirect issue. Is the original URI the only thing you want different? If so, why not just remove the new page and the redirect to it, then have the original page match what you want?

orbitalz
04-30-2004, 08:47 PM
"Forgive me for asking, but does the URI that phpDig builds for its index work when you click on it? If it does, then why does it matter that it got shortened for the index?"

RE: because the link isn't owned by me, it's a referral link and if the full URI isn't index, then I wouldn't get credited for what ever the link offers people.


"Your redirect issue. Is the original URI the only thing you want different? If so, why not just remove the new page and the redirect to it, then have the original page match what you want?"

RE: like I said before, the link isn't owned by me. The link redirects because that's how they keep track of who clicks on the link.