Web Forms :: Make Aspx Website More "search Engine Friendly"?
Jan 26, 2011
I would like to know how to efficiently promote aspx website on search engines such as google. Reason i am asking is because with old static html pages we had meta data, with keywoards on every page, but where do i put all those keywords in aspx website?
Do keywords still exist in aspx? Where do i put them?
I would like to mention that my new aspx website is using master pages what makes it even more complicated.
I've tried to implement two different solutions that use either and HttpModule or and HttpHandler to do URLRewriting for me. These work great on IIS 7 within my local development environment in Integrated and Classic modes. Currently the production server is running IIS 6.0 on a shared hosting environment. It appears that the request at least hits both the Module and Handler as the URL above redirect to the particular friendly url, but it doesn't redirect and hit hte Module or Handler again. Instead I get a 404 error for the friendly URL.
i am newer to asp.net and i am trying to make a search engine for my site like this one [URL]. i am able to get the SEO friendly URL like this with the keyword and redirected to the Search.aspx.
Now how can i get result like this, i need some assistance to start. i have used contain attribute in LINQ query and get results. but i want to split the search term and i don't know how and then want to search the each word using contain attribute and then want to get results like this guy. you can reffer me anything tutorial or any componenet which is made for asp.net c#.
I need to create a search engine for my website that searches my entire content and files stored in a database.What is the best way and easy to accomplish this?If can, please provide a few samples or links.
I've made a simple website in ASP.NET MVC Framework with users, articles etc., and images to users profiles. There is a simple static class for image manipulation (resizing, cropping and saving images on hard drive), placed in "Helper" directory. I wonder what to do with the code to preserve MVC principles and make whole website more unit testing friendly.
what I'm looking to do is to get a web site search function where I can enter the URLs and body text myself rather than running a spider unless the spider can handle my url querystring structure. Obviously, something automatic would be best but I'm not too choosy as long as it is free.
I want to add a search engine to my website. I want it to handler boolean searches and give me a list of results in order or best match. I need it to be able to work with LINQ, because I want to add additional where clauses to the final query that gets run. I am looking for the best open source .NET search engine that works with LINQ. I like lucene.net but the problem is the LINQ interface (LINQ to Lucene) hasn't been updated since 2008. Are there any good options out there?
I would like to use the indexing service for search engine of the website. My problem is it can't search any Non-english words, it always return the message "The query contained only ignored words". Unbelievablely, differ result found in differ environments, in my local develop environment (Win XP (Chinese version)) is can search for any words, even non-english keywords. Another environment is server 2003 (English version), which is not work!
So I think it should be environment setting issue rather than .net setting or web.config or any other about the page encode, but i have no idea for how to setup the environment to fix this issue.By the way, my web.config have this setting, which is my googling result =.=
I have a database filled with information about a bunch of different articles. I'm trying to add a search mechanisim to the site where you would type in what you are looking for, and it would search through the articles finding the most appropriate article. In my database I have a bunch of different fields that will help find the best article. For example, for each article, there is a title, description, category, a bunch of tags, Number of page views, number of votes, and the sum of all the vote scores. All this informaiton i believe can be used to gather the most relevent article based on the persons search terms. The problem is I don't know what to do with this information. What I would like to do is have a scoring system where the highest score is the first result and the lowest score is the last result. Where the first result is the most relevent.
So for example: The user types in "Korean War" it looks through all the articles, and gives all the articles with "Korean War" in the title + 1, all the tags with "Korean" or "War" + .1, then adds the number of views/1000, and then adds the average vote/4. (I just made that scoring system up on the spot, I would need to do some testing of course). Then it would sort the articles based upon the score it recieved. Is there anyway to do this with a select statement where I can run all of the calculations and then sort them with an "ORDER BY" command? Or would i have to have the server side code do the calculations store them in an array, and then sort them in the array? Or is there a better way of doing this that I might not know of (which is certainly possible).
I had gone thru many discussions re: search engine & didn't get the answer to what i intend to design. I intend to put the search textbox & button to the masterpage so that whatever page the user is within the website, he/she can do the search.
I've been following the example (SearchDotNet) in the developerfusion but I just can't figure how I'll make it to redirect to the searchsite from the page the user triggers the search. Do I put the codes in the masterpage?
I would love to create a search field on my master page that returns a page full of results.
It seems simple to me. I need it to search each of my tabels. aka(Customers, Loan Information, Real Estate, Vehicles) I want a repeater or datalist of sometype that hyperlinks to a details view page for each of the tables(easy to do).
I don't know the best way to tackle this. It is a local intranet application so I was thinking about possibly just passing the words or numbers in the textbox to a query string then running a sql command for each of the tables and returning data in a datalist for each table?
Would that work or is there a simple way to do this? It would be nice for it to highlight the match? What should my sql commands look like?
I want to add a search field and have search results display in a user-friendly format on an employee intranet. Does anyone know what component(s) I can drag over from the toolbox to create these two items?
i have a page with some simple search engine, this is how it looks,here is a TextBox with a Button and a Gridview with a SqlDatasource Control the Sql Code of the SqlDatasource Control is like this.
Well the sql is not the actual sql code but thats technically how it looks like. What i hope to make is when the user types a string in the Textbox, the user can Comma sepate the information so that the search engine will try to look for each information at the same time.
in my project i would like to save pdf files in database, how to save pdf files in database ? along with that i would like to create create a search page to search for pdf files with PDF file names , how to accoplish these things
I am interested in the architecture of a CMS where i can pass a full URL instead of a query string. I would like to make a site that could handle a request to any page... Say'http://www.my-domain.com/directory/page.aspx'and have the resulting response deliver a generic page/file.I would like the request to be passed through an XML document where i could store page names and the corresponding file to render content...
I need to render a few DropDownLists on my page, allowing the user to select different Categories & Locations so as to return different result sets based on their selection.
However, I want each of the resulting selections to be crawlable. I know I could just render every possible Category, Location etc as standard HTML links on the page, which perform a GET request to the specified URL, but if possible I'd like to contain all these options within a DropDownList to keep things less cluttered.
If I were using MVC I would consider wrapping that small section of the page in a GET form, with each ListItem value being the destination URL (though I wonder if even this approach would be properly crawlable?).
I am using Web Forms though and am just having trouble trying to come up with a solution.
I've created a Dynamic Data project with an Entity Framework model. It works nicely. But, right now it shows all my database tables with the db column names - which aren't always the most friendly (e.g. address_line_1). How can I got about giving these more friendly column titles that will display to the end user?