Re: [xenu-usergroup] Extra ideas for the great dead link checker!
- Hallo Tilman.
I didn't ask you about this topic before, only i gave you an idea on how to enhance even more the link checker .. innovation maybe?
I know that you have to work also, and we really appreciate (the whole world) this great piece of software.
Anyway , i never said thanks for the software so now is the time.
Ignacio.2006/11/24, Tilman Hausherr <tilman@...>:
On Fri, 24 Nov 2006 13:07:50 +0100, Ignacio Seron Holley wrote:
>I began to use Xenu 3 months ago and is impressive how after the last
>update the software is running impressively good.
>So. ich Gratuliere ihnen! :-)
>Now i just was thinking about some possible extra characteristics and what
>could be good to add.
>Now you are saving the "title" of the web addresses.
>HOW about also to ADD a column with the META TAGS keywords, description
>This is helpful for check in a fast way and don't forgetting to put the
>meta tags ( this apply to pictures also )
Someone (you?) already asked me this, but it would take a few days to
make, and it isn't really related to link checking, which is why I won't
do it. The day has only 24 hours, and I have a day job, must sleep, go
to work, etc :-(
><META NAME="keywords" CONTENT="Wie gets ">
><META NAME="description" CONTENT="Wie gets">
><META NAME="ROBOTS" CONTENT="ALL">
>For pictures meta tag watch here: http://256.com/gray/docs/pics/
>I can imagine how this can help to improve the Google index, specially in
>the meta tag files.
>What the people think about this suggestion?
>Thanks in advance.
>2006/11/23, Tilman Hausherr <tilman@... >:
>> On Thu, 23 Nov 2006 17:22:23 +0100, Luis Blanco wrote:
>> >Hi to all,
>> >it is nice to know that there are people out there listening ja ja ja ja
>> >ja ja ja ja ja ja :-)
>> >I use Xenu from time to time and it works flawlessly, really !!
>> >Tilman, it would be a fantastic ( for me :-) ja ja ja ) if you have time
>> >to prepare the xhtml parser.
>> While I haven't a XHTML parser, I do accept the MIME type. I thought I
>> sent you
>> the version... anyway, here it is:
>> >shinerweb wrote:
>> >> Yup... In this day and age it just doesn't measure up to the levels of
>> >> software we expect.
>> >> We need a feature list where we can specify our own bugs to be
>> >> incorporated.
>> >> Can't have software on my computer with no bugs?
>> >> ;)