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just been putting some of the info passed on to me by Will on the construction of the EPAS by-pass circuit.
Will, can you look through the page. Any howlers?
|Perfect... nearly :)|
What is this good for ?
<META NAME="Template" CONTENT="Macintosh HD:Applications:Microsoft Office 98:Templates:Web Pages:Blank Web Page">
Please replace with
<meta name="keywords" content="Roadster, Rover, technical, MGF, mgtf, EPAS, power steering, cut-out, switch, Rob">
The technical search engine will like it.
I put it to my next to do list !
|Wilco Dieter! :o)|
|Looks good, but is it possible to make the pictures so clicking them gives you a big one?|
|Yup, that's a possibility Will- good suggestion, I'd been thinking about that too. I'll work on that when I've got a few moments spare :o)|
|Hi Dieter, I have changed the meta name and content to what you've suggested.|
BTW I didn't put that microsoft rubbish in there - I was being lazy and put the page quickly together in Word and then edited the html ;o)
I haven't altered the other pages' meta names... boy that looks to be a mighty project going back to sort all those out! :oO
|Thanks, though I still am a bit worried, why non of your documents at http://www.mgf.4mg.com gets listed in the search engine.|
Much confusing. I'll start the indexing tonight again.
|I need to start work on relocating the site to Stefan's server - maybe over the comming long weekend, we'll see. Ideally, I need to alter the meta tags for all the pages as part of the change? Any thing else that would be useful to do?|
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