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Visitor Counter

Started by clothahump, 24. Dec 2010, 21:12:04

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clothahump

24. Dec 2010, 21:12:04
Any chance of a visitor counter for the articles?, might just spot Google indexing them as well.

feline

#1
26. Dec 2010, 13:29:18
definitely no .. this needs one or more database access on each request and drops any caching.
We do not implement that...

Fel
Many are stubborn in relation to the path, a few in relation to the target.

clothahump

#2
26. Dec 2010, 14:32:20
Any way to add an external counter? I would also like to get the articles indexed by search engines.

feline

#3
26. Dec 2010, 19:00:26
If you a good php programmer, you can change the OOP block code and the database structure ...  ;)

And requested pages, articles or what else can't indexed .. only static pages.

Fel
Many are stubborn in relation to the path, a few in relation to the target.

clothahump

#4
27. Dec 2010, 10:11:36
That explains why people are not finding the articles from search engines then, back to finding a Portal system that works properly again.

feline

#5
27. Dec 2010, 13:15:40
If you have a link to the article/category this is indexed.
Without a link no spider can index the content ..

Quoteback to finding a Portal system that works properly again.

I wish you good luck .. and by by

Fel
Many are stubborn in relation to the path, a few in relation to the target.

clothahump

#6
27. Dec 2010, 13:19:30
I have links to all articles but they do not show up in google search, site is indexed daily.

feline

#7
27. Dec 2010, 13:30:55
On the current version 0.990 (and also 0.980) the frontpage is not indexed.
This you can change be edit follow line in /Sources/PortaMx/PortaMx.php
Code Select
$context['robot_no_index'] = true;


change to
Code Select
$context['robot_no_index'] = false;


Fel
Many are stubborn in relation to the path, a few in relation to the target.

clothahump

#8
27. Dec 2010, 13:34:16
Changed, see if they can find things properly now.

hartiberlin

#9
27. Dec 2010, 19:53:02
Quote from: feline on 27. Dec 2010, 13:30:55
On the current version 0.990 (and also 0.980) the frontpage is not indexed.
This you can change be edit follow line in /Sources/PortaMx/PortaMx.php


Fel


Was that also so in the older PortaMX versions so ?

feline

#10
27. Dec 2010, 20:51:43
Quote from: hartiberlin on 27. Dec 2010, 19:53:02
Was that also so in the older PortaMX versions so ?

yes ...

Fel
Many are stubborn in relation to the path, a few in relation to the target.

hartiberlin

#11
29. Dec 2010, 05:23:03
Welchen Grund gab es dafür, es nofollow zu machen?

clothahump

#12
29. Dec 2010, 10:07:25
How come we have changed language? I thought this was an English forum.

hartiberlin

#13
30. Dec 2010, 02:52:17
Hi Feline,
What was the reason to make it nofollow ?

Does that have any advantage ?

feline

#14
30. Dec 2010, 16:29:52
Quote from: hartiberlin on 30. Dec 2010, 02:52:17
What was the reason to make it nofollow ?

eh .. I nor sure .. but it was implemented in the first version and I think, it was a suggestion of SMF ..

Fel
Many are stubborn in relation to the path, a few in relation to the target.