So, You'd Like To Map Your Site
June 7, 2005
I've been on a big "there's nothing new under the sun" kick lately, so let's take a look at Infoseek's sitelist.txt proposal from 1997, and deepleap.xml, from DeepLeap back in 2000. Or hey, there's HTML's LINK, which lets you describe relationships that can encompass a lot of a site's content. And hey, there might even be formats for describing a feed of a site's content and when it gets updated.
Sometimes I'm a little surprised by how long some ideas take to bubble up. Other times I'm surprised by the form they take. I'm doubly surprised this time. Google Sitemaps (BETA, of course) has me scratching my head a bit. Rather than build on existing... Read More
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A week or so ago Google Site Map was launched, another Beta product from the mother ship. Google Site Map has been designed so that web content authors can create an XML file to inform Google which areas of their site has been updated. The idea here ... Read More