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My question is How do I connect my webpages on iPage? (Ex. www.mydomain.com/webpageiwant? Looking forward for any response. Second question of mine... Hi,.

I have been testing my iPage site in three search engine spider simulators (SESS):.

Http://www.1-hit.com/all-in-one/tool.searc...gine-viewer.htm.

Http://tools.summitm...r/gettarget.php.

Http://www.webconfs....r-simulator.php.

The first two consistently refer to links with osc sessionn IDS. Not good..

The third, Webconf, shows my iPage site pages without sessionn IDS..

I have tinkered quite a bit to try and remove the references to session IDs by beefing up the spider list in spider.txt..

Does anyone know of a reliable search engine spider simulator that accurately shows what iPage site will look like to the most common spiders..

I have looked for documentation on the SESS's above but can't find anything discussing which spiders they are designed to mimic...

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I would like to know the answer too. Anyone here know what is the answer to your question. I'll do some research in Google and get back to you if I bump into an useful answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could give you an answer..

Comment #1

IN other words, this spider session ID killer works on the 'User Agent' of the visitor. The 'User Agent' of the first 2 simulators are not in in list of known spider 'User Agents', nad therefore, the session ID is not killed...

Comment #2

How did you determine the spider they were using?.

Would be nice to know..

Thanks...

Comment #3

Do we need to add these to the spider.txt file - or are they in-house bots ?

Comment #4

Hi guys,.

Ours -.

Http://tools.summitmedia.co.uk/spider.

- is an in-house bot; my take on this issue though is that the SID killer should hide SIDs to all but known spiders, instead of working on the basis of downloading a (probably much larger) spider agent list. Or, even better, don't use SIDs at all!.

Cheers,.

Leon..

Comment #5

I do not fully understand sids(and there uses) - can we operate stores without them ? .

Thanx,.

This post has been edited by.

Yesudo.com.

: 08 March 2004, 13:20..

Comment #6

Yes, if you force customers to have 'cookies enabled' on their browser..

Currently I estimate the that about 65% of browsers have cookies enabled, but this number actually appears to be declining...

Comment #7

Hi,.

I have been testing my iPage site in three search engine spider simulators (SESS):.

Http://www.1-hit.com/all-in-one/tool.searc...gine-viewer.htm.

Http://tools.summitm...r/gettarget.php.

Http://www.webconfs....r-simulator.php.

The first two consistently refer to links with osc sessionn IDS. Not good..

The third, Webconf, shows my iPage site pages without sessionn IDS..

I have tinkered quite a bit to try and remove the references to session IDs by beefing up the spider list in spider.txt..

Does anyone know of a reliable search engine spider simulator that accurately shows what iPage site will look like to the most common spiders..

I have looked for documentation on the SESS's above but can't find anything discussing which spiders they are designed to mimic...

Comment #8

They mainly simulate what a spider can see not who the spider is..

Http://www.1-hit.com/all-in-one/tool.searc...gine-viewer.htm.

A visitor from wiggum.w3.org (18.29.0.213).

This visitor used Lynx/2.8.4rel.1 libwww-FM/2.14..

Http://tools.summitm...r/gettarget.php.

A visitor from server146.ideal-dns.com (216.67.250.192).

This visitor used K2 www.summitmedia.co.uk..

Http://www.webconfs....r-simulator.php.

A visitor from promo.directi.com (203.199.124.111).

This visitor used Googlebot...

Comment #9


This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.