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November 13, 2006, 11:55 pm
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I have a site http://www.arizonatrailways.com that has been online for
over 4 months now. I have unique content and am indexed in google and
have submitted a site map to google. Googlebot crawled my site again on
11-09-06 (after is submitted the site map) and still the only page that
shows up is the home page. Also the listing when searching for "Arizona
Trailways" comes up with the following:
The purpose of Arizona Trailways is to educate and provide you the
resources and tools that will help you safely and successfully navigate
through this ...
www.arizonatrailways.com/ - 16k - Cached - Similar pages
I am not sure where the "Active" is coming from and why the other pages
are not being indexed (the site map is located here:
Any help or insight would be greatly appreciated.
Re: Indexing issues with community server
Works fine so far. Notice that some people go mad when you reply on top of
the message you're replying to. Check out some other messages to get a
feel of how it works.
Google sees no title. No idea why it uses Active.
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Frameset//EN"
If you have no idea what XML is (and XHTML), don't use XHTML, but use
normal HTML (4.01 strict).
Be glad most browsers can handle bad X(HT)ML, and just display it. If they
handled your page as X(HT)ML we should see nothing but:
Error Line 24 column 6: document type does not allow element "body" here.
So three options:
- 1) stop using XHTML (there is probably no reason why you use it in the
first place) and fall back to HTML 4.01 strict
- 2) study XHTML and fix it.
- 3) pray that XHTML will always be used like it's broken HTML.
(3 is probably the case, and a reason why most people should follow 1).
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