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Post 3+ Months Ago

Hi :)

Few months back i posted one question that is java based websites are crawlled and i got no and alternative was told that need to have an HTML version for that..... My ques is that i had a website
http://www.jobschoice.com/india/ complete java based .

I need to promote a java based website and i myself is aware of the fact that search engines nt easily crawl them bt we cant have html version of that as its completely fetching from database suggest me plllllzzzz what can i do how to convience them as websites like naukri.com, timesjobs.com are js or asp based and seems they are optimized and stuffed with keywords...

I need an early response

Thanks
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There is nothing you can do, There is no way a spider bot can read java, javascript, flash or anything that isn't html. If you are getting things from a database make a php version, It will still be seen as html by bots.
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meman wrote:
There is nothing you can do, There is no way a spider bot can read java, javascript, flash or anything that isn't html. If you are getting things from a database make a php version, It will still be seen as html by bots.


You could make that php version and suggested and even use mod_rewrite to convert the php pages to html pages.
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meman wrote:
There is nothing you can do, There is no way a spider bot can read java, javascript, flash or anything that isn't html. If you are getting things from a database make a php version, It will still be seen as html by bots.


The spider still reads and indexes html generated by java, all you have to do is let the spider know the url exists.

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