Re: Archaic Web Site Alert

From: Marshall Burns (
Date: Sun Mar 07 1999 - 07:13:55 EET

>Somehow we keep getting hits on this old Lone Peak site. Don't use it
>- instead go to Javelin's site at


    You may be able to reduce the incidence of hits to an obsolete site by
including the line:

            <meta name="robots" content="noindex">

in the header of the HTML files of the site. The header is the part at the
beginning, between "<head>" and "</head>." This line tells the Web crawling
robots used by search engines not to include this file in their indices, so
people won't find these pages when they do searches. Just make sure that
your up-to-date site is visible to the engines, so you don't end up losing
business by hiding the old pages from the search engines.

All the best,

Marshall Burns, President
Ennex(TM) Corporation
Fabbing the Future(TM)
10911 Weyburn Avenue, Suite 332, Los Angeles, U.S.A. 90024
Phone: +1 (310) 824-8700. Fax: +1 (310) 824-5185
E-mail: Web site:
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