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  1. karmacriminal: I do not get that on your site at all... both work appropriately.
  2. Try this page in the help site. Keep in mind though, if you have not propagated... you will have to use the numerical IP address (216.123.456.789) instead of ftp.******. P.S. Welcome to the family!
  3. I sense your frustration but venders include attributes that are not standard. From HTML source (reference to table data element; <td>): So, must think of an alternative. Can you put the image in the table background and then change the 'other' table data cells to solid color(s)?
  4. There is no attribute 'BACKGROUND' for the data element (<td>) in HTML 4.01.
  5. Thanks for the kind words ladies. I promise that this information (which is very important) will be presented in a more organized and understandable manner for all in the very near future.
  6. SEO


    I have had a 'trash' email account at netscape.net for... well darn near a decade.
  7. Ah ha... http://www.musicfrisk.com/'>http://www.musicfrisk.com/ images appear http://www.musicfrisk.com no images
  8. I'm not getting the graphics. Is anyone else? http://www.musicfrisk.com
  9. Musicfrisk: Do me a favor (maybe you already did) but give me the link to the pages that actually links to your site (will save me some time; if these are just let me know). The first one I looked at (http://www.tommyemmanuel.com/tommy.htm ) is not a 'real' link. ><a href=# onclick="javascript:window.open('http://www.musicfrisk.com/picture/interview/tommy.emmanuel.fingerstyle.02.14.2003.php','News', 'status=no,toolbar=no,menubar=no,location=no,directories=no,scrollbars=yes,scrollb rs,resizable=yes');" style="text-decoration: none"> no credit given (i.e. a spider does not pursue a javascript link). I did not look at the rest, but I will if you give me the exact pages. Having said that, you still are not in the Google Index. You are not being penalized, you are just in that waiting period before you actually get indexed. I know you do not want to hear this... but you need to be patient. During this time, collect as many receprical links as possible. A side note (which is actually important relative to the spiders; they do not like broken links): you have a couple of bad image links on your home page: <img src="/picture/photo.pix/tommy.emmanuel.02.13.2003/images/te4.jpg" width="180" height="144"> and <img src="/picture/images/3-Doors---Chris-Henderson.jpg" width="180" height="144">
  10. Sorry, I meant to address this earlier today... I forgot If someone is direct linking to your image it would be html code like this: ><img src="http://www.yourwebsite/images/agreatshot.jpg" width="512" height="423"> Now, sense you are 'hotlinked protected', instead of getting 'agreatshot.jpg' they will get your 'no-linking.png' graphic. However, it will still occupy the designated area (width="512" height="423"). Make sense?
  11. If all you links are consistant (e.g. forum/whatever), why couldn't you just do one global change? Replace <a href="forum to <a href="/forum The second defines that the path should come off the root.
  12. Exactly. Dogbert: Everyone understands a right click Save Picture As... what we are asking is did you click on the first image and open the second window (larger image) and still get a right click? Do you have javascript enabled on your browser?
  13. Why don't you edit your .htaccess file? Try this line: Redirect /subdomain http://www.othersite.com/
  14. Dogbert: Are you clicking on the thumbnail and opening the second window? Nice work Andy, but again anyone can see the name of the file and if you know the name of the file.... you can 'get' it. http://www.mycoted.com/images/horse.jpg
  15. Regarding Alexa.com's toolbar (from their own pages): Way too much 'big brother' for me.
  16. Try this: ><html> <head> <title>Untitled Document</title> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1"> <script language="javaScript1.1"> var myimages=new Array() function preloadimages(){ for (i=0;i<preloadimages.arguments.length;i++){ myimages[i]=new Image() myimages[i].src=preloadimages.arguments[i] } } preloadimages ("http://www.naturalimagesweb.com/Images/horse1.gif","http://www.naturalimagesweb.com/Images/horse2.gif") </script> </head> <body> <table width="600" border="1" align="center" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0"> <tr> <td width="568" height="409" background="Images/horse2.gif"><img src="Images/horse1.gif" width="568" height="409" hspace="4" vspace="1"></td> <td> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> </td> <td> </td> </tr> </table>
  17. You really need to create your own graphic ('Remote Linking Forbidden'), it should match the size of your images (assuming you are using consistent size images and height and width attributes [which you should be using]). Example (if this image is resized, larger or smaller, it will look distorted).
  18. I just noticed that you have all your images on one page with anchor tags pointing to the various themes. Food for thought: You would be much better off if you were to create individual pages for each theme. For several reasons: individual pages would load much quicker; the more content (i.e. pages) the better.
  19. You must be in the middle of doing this... I just added one of your images to this page (the image on the bottom is yours). It appeared originally but now it is blocked, I do not see your redirect image though. This is a way to test if everything is working. Good luck.
  20. Just load it (the 'Remote Linking Forbidden' graphic) into your public_html directory (folder).
  21. 1. Urls to Allow Access: Add any URL's you want to allow access to the images: e.g. http://www.yoururl.com 2. Extensions to allow (separate by commas): What I would recommend (not my idea) is to create an image that simple has the text 'Remote Linking Forbidden' or something to that affect and save it as a .png file type. Then insert jpg,jpeg,gif,bmp into 'Extensions to allow' (this will make sense in step 3). Really this should read 'Extensions to Protect' 3. Url to Redirect to: Now enter the path to the png file. e.g. http://www.yoururl.com/hotlink.png Do not click 'Allow direct requests (i.e. entering the url to an image in your browser)' Now anyone who tries to hotlink to you will get the Remote Linking Forbidden' graphic. That is it.
  22. Grub Meaning you are contributing the bandwidth and processor time required for crawling the Internet. Now that may not be such a bad idea, what bothers me is that this is LookSmart. LookSmart charges for listings... now does that make sense? "Ask people to crawl for us and then we will charge for both submission to the index and charge for the rankings ... what a great business model!" On many levels, I can not stand this company! (that is the first time I have used that emoticon, which should tell you something).
  23. Are you talking about the directory submission for $299.00 a year? I am afraid that this is like getting frustrated because water will not boil in 2 min.
  24. Google does not actually use submissions anymore. There are people that will argue this point but it is quite clear to me that they do not. Their source of 'new' pages comes from their fresh crawl. Meaning an indexed site will 'feed' new sites via links. That means the best way to get crawled is to have links to your site on other external pages. Having said that, if the fresh bot has 'seen' your site... it will be back. It can take at least two cycles of a true crawl (not fresh) and dance (or two) before you are actually indexed. This use to take place every month (about the third week). The last two dances have not been as frequent (almost 6 weeks apart). So, not personally going back and reading your previous posts, has it been more then 3 months since the initial 'fresh' visit? With regards to Yahoo, you are talking about the directory submission for $299.00 a year?
  25. Slurp is Inktomi Corporation's web-indexing robot. It collects documents from the web to build a searchable index for search services using the Inktomi search engine, including Hotbot, LookSmart, Overture and Excite. This year Yahoo bought Inktomi... what Yahoo is going to do with this purchase is unclear at this point (their primary source for search results is Google). Some in the community believe that Google will continue to supply the majority of rankings and that they will use Inktomi for the business listings (Pay Per Clicks, PPC). So, good bot.
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