[CentOS] Looking for an application to work with Centos

John R Pierce pierce at hogranch.com
Wed Nov 26 11:57:46 UTC 2008


John Plemons wrote:
> Frank thank you for the feedback...  I understand that there will not 
> be a real time Spidering and update of Google, that's fine, once the 
> 150,000 part numbers are Spidered once, then that is 1/2 the work 
> done.  The other side, that I want to be some what real time, is a 
> onsite search feature so that real customers can see true, or close to 
> true information...
> What some people do, is build a pade with every part number know to 
> man on it, just a basic stream of text on a page, one after an other, 
> after several tens if not hundreds of pages they have the information 
> on the web. 

a web catalog should NOT be creating static page files for each catalog 
item in the database, it should be a browsable dynamic HTML thing, thats 
generating the pages on the fly based on database queries.   to the 
user, both implementations would look approximately the same.   if you 
want your catalog 'spiderable', then it should have hierarchical 
navigation that will get you to every item (category, subcategory, item, 
next, last, etc), also hide the ?q=xxxxx&pn=xxxx stuff via URL 
redirection so the web pages appear as 
http://yourcatalog/toplevelcategory/category/subcategory/part/option  or 
whatever.










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