Submitted by : Simon Michael at: 2005-10-06T19:02:56+00:00 (12 years ago)
Name :
Category : Severity : Status :
Optional subject :  
Optional comment :

Google indexes all the /src urls for each page.. they must be linked somewhere. src is an alias for the text() method. It just returns plain text, so there's no html noindex, nofollow header which would prevent google indexing it. Can we add these as http headers instead ? And will this cause google to forget those urls as it reindexes them ?


comments:

(property change) --simon, Wed, 12 Oct 2005 14:24:51 -0700 reply
Category: => user-browsing Severity: => normal Status: => open

... --simon, Wed, 08 Feb 2006 18:03:07 -0800 reply
Well of course: there is a hidden /src link associated with the q access key. It is convenient to do alt-q for a quick look at the raw text, but it is cluttering up google results. /editform, /backlinks etc. don't have this problem because they have "noindex,nofollow" html meta tags. So we should either disable the /src link or make it use html meta tags.

(property change) fixed for 0.51 --simon, Wed, 08 Feb 2006 18:11:31 -0800 reply
Status: open => closed

repair --frank, Mon, 04 Dec 2006 01:29:06 -0800 reply
Name: #1174 lillie => #1174 src appears on Google Category: site-zwiki.org => user-browsing Severity: minor => normal Status: open => closed