How can you connect all your pages on your web site? (To get a better performance)
A web site is usually a set of different pages and resources; by the time any Bot.txt from a search engine, example Google spiders, decide to analyze and index your web site, you should be prepared. To set the route to follow is essential, since they do not know how your web site works. Do not get it wrong; they know what their function is, what they do not know is the route to take in order to accomplish this task; and if unfortunately they come across with a wall before analyzing all the web site they will simply stop as they would think their task has been completed.
Spiders are smart but they just follow orders. How can you avoid spiders get across a wall and leave your web site without analyzing it all?
BY CONNECTING YOUR WEB PAGES THROUGH HYPERLINKS – INBOUND LINKS!
Inbound links point to other pages from the web site. They can also point to other type or multimedia resources from the web site.
For example, let’s say you have two files on your site, one bibliographical page and one of address. If you want your visitors to go to the first page (mybibliography.html) or to the second one (contactme.html) you have to create an inbound link. When creating an inbound link you should always use a relative URL, which tells browsers the location of the target page relative to the current folder.
In other words: you are given instructions on how to find new folder, telling it to go up or down within the current folder and the correct order will always be ascending and cyclical, that is, if your pages are known as: 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, the correct thing to do will be to connect 1 with 2, 2 with 3, 3 with 4, 4 with 5 and finally 5 with 1. This way, spiders wont left out any information and will realize your web site can be indexed to Google directory.
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