MikeGale wrote:I haven't been following this, so am not up to speed.
I found this link:
Which suggests you need to add TEOMA to the list. That is the Ask.com bot.
That link also suggests what robot accepts what commands.
I suspect that this could proliferate with different robots and commands.
(I presume each robot ignores commands it doesn't understand.)
Webnauts wrote:Adding TEOMA would be a good idea.
Webnauts wrote:I missed to add above another issue:
If you prefer not have your page translated by Google Translate, just insert the following meta tag into your HTML file:
<meta name="google" value="notranslate">
And just to avoid any doubts, see here: http://www.google.com/help/faq_translation.html
Webnauts wrote:Does the validator check if the description and keyword meta tags have a repetition of keywords?
Webnauts wrote:Did you probably think of implementing an "http header check" when a user checks a site opening the URL? Just curious.
MikeGale wrote:I recommend leaving the duplicates check as a non-warning. (I've seen cases that could be construed as a duplicate which are pretty nonsensical if "de-duplicated".)
Webnauts wrote:Albert I wrote an article about all this, which you might would like to have a look: http://www.seoworkers.com/seo-articles- ... oydir.html
Albert Wiersch wrote:Webnauts wrote:Albert I wrote an article about all this, which you might would like to have a look: http://www.seoworkers.com/seo-articles- ... oydir.html
Thanks. I've already read that article and it was helpful. You also posted the link in the first message of this topic (which is the link I used to read it originally).
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