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Old 11-30-2004, 07:15 AM   #1
Kenny
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Another URL Question please.

I would like to edit delivery of URL's due to spider not reading redirected pages, aff links, /?, etc,etc.
EG: "www.mysite.com/?store=mystore" will show in results "www.mysite.com"
Where on my server is the site information stored for individual pages(URL's)
I found the text files for each site but not the URL's & can they be changed to the proper URL.
Same question for redirected pages, all redirected pages and framed pages show 0 links...
Also, will it cause a fault to edit(add keywords) text to individual sites in the "text content" file for better results to certain sites.

Any help would be appreciated..

Many Thanks

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Old 11-30-2004, 06:27 PM   #2
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The URLs are located in the phpdig database, in a table called spider. If you want to edit the table manually, just use phpMyAdmin from your web host's control panel to edit the table.
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Old 12-01-2004, 05:17 AM   #3
Kenny
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Thank You but still lost!

Thanks for the reply but I unfortunately still am unable to find it.
Please remember I am definately not too computer savvy.

The only reference to spider I found was Admin/spider and there is no mention of any url's there, checked many times through control panel and ftp.
And I am completely unaware of any phpMyAdmin in my webhosts control panel.
You mentioned phpdig database, is this not the actual database this program has been installed in. Please remember this program auto installed on server side so I have no idea as to what and where anything installed.
A clearer direction would be very much appreciated...

PS: just got the first snow fall of the year and am kinda

Please disregard all the above, after searching my servers database options, I have found phpmyadmin.

I thank you for your help...

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