(NFR) Holy lurkers!

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  1. Panhandle

    Panhandle Active Member

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  2. Chris Scoones

    Chris Scoones Administrator Staff Member

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    Holy lurkers!

    Yahoo's search spider is currently on the site. That accounts for more than half of those 'guests'. fyi.
     
  3. Roper

    Roper Idiot Savant

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    Holy lurkers!

    So what's a search spider...:confused:
     
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    Holy lurkers!

    I have my .40 ready in case this bug crawls across my monitor
     
  5. Porter

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    Holy lurkers!


    I'm with you .....can't keep up with all these computer code/jargon language...maybe OM can enlighten us?
     
  6. Backyard

    Backyard SANCHO!

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    Holy lurkers!

    Spiders or bots are programs that search engines like Google and Yahoo use to rank webpages by relevance. Basicly they go through your site by following links within those pages. Using keywords and other code called meta-tags in the 'code' of your pages helps tell the spiders what your website is about.

    Scoones seems to be really good at this process... almost every search I do on google, about fly fishingrelated topics has wff come up in at least the first few pages of results.

    If you want to see the code/html used for webpages. On Internet Explorer go to VIEW on your menu, and click on SOURCE. Near the top you'll see the meta tags used. It looks like just a bunch of nonsense, but after awhile it becomes like that guy on the 'Matrix'... You just start seeing a blonde, a red head.. etc.
     
  7. Porter

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    Holy lurkers!

    Thanks....that is interesting and makes sense...1 down and 1000's to go towards learning the High Tech universe.
     
  8. Desmond Wiles

    Desmond Wiles Sir Castaline

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    Spider-man, Spider-Man, does whatever a spider can...
     
  9. Old Man

    Old Man Just an Old Man

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    Holy lurkers!

    There you go again,using my name and not asking permission.:p I have no idea what computer talk is going on. All I know is how to turn one on and off.:eek:

    Jim
     
  10. Kent Lufkin

    Kent Lufkin Remember when you could remember everything?

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    Holy lurkers!

    And speaking of which, here's the meta description line from the WAFF home page:

    meta name="Description" content="Fly fishing information on Washington State. A knowledge base, fly fishing foruorts, resm, photo gallery, repources, articles, maps, flows, tides, ect..."

    Foruorts? Resm? Repources? :-D

    K
     
  11. Chris Scoones

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    What the hell?
     
  12. Chris Scoones

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    Fixed. Thanks Kent.
     
  13. Porter

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    Holy lurkers!

    Wow...you mean someone else here spells as bad as the OM? (JK)
     
  14. Kent Lufkin

    Kent Lufkin Remember when you could remember everything?

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    Orm me! I never took typin in hihg school and certainly wish I had. I'be been using three fingers for years and have to check everyt few words toi make sure what I've been typingi makes sense.

    K
     
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    Well, I know you used three fingers and were checking the words to make sure on those sentences above. And be glad you didn't take typing in high school.....full of boredom and uncreative (easy) cheating.
     
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    Old Man uses just one finger, can anyone guess which one?
     

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