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Re: Lynx emulation

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Except if MSN start favouring pages full of MSoft code-bloat.

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Re: Lynx emulation

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The bot doesn't have trouble with what John is saying. The point John, is
that the page is more relevant and is treated as such. Which is what I was
trying to tell you. Positioning of the keywords and phrases.

"Google considers over a hundred factors in determining which documents are
most relevant to a query, including the popularity of the page, the position
and size of the search terms within the page, and the proximity of the
search terms to one another on the page. PageRank is Google's system for
ranking web pages. (View a websites's PageRank from Google's ToolBar and
from the Google Directory.) "


Re: Lynx emulation

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Does it say anything about the size? No it doesn't. It's perfectly
possible to create a big page which follows above and a small one which

How is proximity measured? After removing HTML tags or with them?
Wouldn't the latter been silly? Yes.

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Re: Lynx emulation

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Thanks David

All points duly noted - I'm sort of moving into bandit territory here for

I was pondering the idea of 'static' pages - you've just tipped me on that

With regards content - I've just signed up for an xml feed for hotel rooms,
which will go on once I figured out to deal with it. I'd never looked at
Wikipedia before - I think we will becoming very well aquainted in the not
too distant future . . . . . .



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