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Search Engine Language
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Posted 02 November 2003 - 12:08 PM
What language does the SE's give when visiting my site? I have made a index.asp that redirects the user to the correct page based on the language set in the users browser (HTTP_ACCEPT_LANGUAGE). If the SE's use no language it will be directed to the default language set by me. The users will have an option to choose another language (flags in one of the corners), but I'm wondering how this will affect the SE?
Posted 02 November 2003 - 05:11 PM
I really don't think my previous post belongs in technobabble. I asked (tried to anyway) how the search engines presents it self to a webserver. A normal browser has language settings, and I use these to select language for the user. This will probably be a issue when optimizing pages for the search enginges, and I was hoping that someone had some input on this.
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