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Old 01-12-2005, 04:42 PM   #1
laurentxav
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Hi,

I don't understand how this "search depth" and "links per" features works...
I've try to set search depth = 0 and links per = 0 in the admin pael [version 1.8.6] (I've understand that 0 means unlimited) but it doesn't works. PhpDig have only found the homepage !
I've tried SD = 5 and LP = 0 -> PhpDig does not index all pages...
If I set SD = 20 and LP = 20 -> it seems to be ok, but what does PhpDig make when there is more than 20 links per page ?

What's better : change this in the admin panel or in the config.php file ?

Thanks for your assistance and your explanations about this.
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