Any ideas would be greatly appreciated...
The actual website address is http://www.nexusqps.com and my new website is being developed at http://www.nexusqps.com/dev
One thing you might want to try is putting a set of links at the bottom of your page, or a link to a site map (you will need to make the site map manually).
If you put links at the bottom of your index, you will need to either list all pages, or have another page with links to more pages. As an example, build a footer that has three links, home, services, and company. Then on the head services page, have links to your various services. and also a head company page that has links to those three links.
Hope I explained this clearly. Bill R.
First Baptist Church
Brighter Day Charities
is there a limit to the amount of pages automatically scanned during the "build search" stage?
i could manually add the missing pages, yet there are MANY more missing than listed and it would be quite time consuming! i am very happy with the program, yet i am still in the "free trail" stage. if i can get this to work and present it at work, they will purchase this coffeecup program.
maybe the "build search" feature limited during the trial period? if that is the case, i need to make sure before presenting it to suggest purchase.
thanks so much!
it's a "test" link here since the site is active.
all html pages are in the same folder, yet seems like "tables" and "posters" made it in fine and other pages did not.
all html pages are in the main folder. these are the files i need searchable and it is the location indexed in the "search builder" scan, yet some pages were indexed, other were not. there are non sub-folders for HTML pages, just images and supporting material which does not need to be searched. i hope that answers your menu question? i am sorry to be a novice in this.
i thought there may be a limit to the amount indexed in the trial version of the software?
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