can serch engene c the asp progrming?

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can serch engene c the asp progrming or any other promanig language?
like java script not reda by serch engine so tell the list of language who not read by serch enginr
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I know asp, cfm, and php urls are read with no problems as long as you don't create urls with many variables or use variables names that could be confused with session id's....wait...those languages are processed server side so the SE's never see them...they return standard html after the server processes the scripts.

So I think that java scripts and some dhtml is not read well by the SE's....flash is also not read by search engines
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plese just say yes or no
like
html--yes
flash--no
asp--?
java--?
etc.........
u will wright for all language
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Not all of these are programming languages by the formats are recognized by google
java - no
asp - yes
php - yes
flash - no
pdf - yes
cfm - yes
html - yes
dhtml - yes & no
txt - yes
doc - yes
Adobe PostScript (ps) - yes
Lotus 1-2-3 (wk*) - yes
Lotus WordPro (lwp) - yes
MacWrite (mw) - yes
Microsoft Excel (xls) - yes
Microsoft PowerPoint (ppt) - yes
Microsoft Word (doc) - yes
Microsoft Works (wks, wps, wdb) - yes
Microsoft Write (wri) - yes
Rich Text Format (rtf) - yes
Shockwave Flash (swf) - no
Text (ans, txt) - yes
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xml - yes
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thank u
plese any other languge give me
thanks a lot
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dhaval, please don't use huge fonts when making your posts, people can still read regular size text, and usually much easier.
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ok in future i will not use
sorry about that
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Actually the search engine can only see the HTML outputted by a php or ASP file
<B>For example</B><i>
%
Dim strDate
Dim strDateAppend
Dim strDateMonth
Dim strDateOutput

strDate = Now()

if DatePart("m",strDate) = "1" then
strDateMonth = "January"
elseif DatePart("m",strDate) = "2" then
strDateMonth = "February"
elseif DatePart("m",strDate) = "3" then
strDateMonth = "March"
elseif DatePart("m",strDate) = "4" then
strDateMonth = "April"
elseif DatePart("m",strDate) = "5" then
strDateMonth = "May"
elseif DatePart("m",strDate) = "6" then
strDateMonth = "June"
elseif DatePart("m",strDate) = "7" then
strDateMonth = "July"
elseif DatePart("m",strDate) = "8" then
strDateMonth = "August"
elseif DatePart("m",strDate) = "9" then
strDateMonth = "September"
elseif DatePart("m",strDate) = "10" then
strDateMonth = "October"
elseif DatePart("m",strDate) = "11" then
strDateMonth = "November"
elseif DatePart("m",strDate) = "12" then
strDateMonth = "December"
end if

if DatePart("d",strDate) = "1" then
strDateAppend = "st"
elseif DatePart("d",strDate) = "2" then
strDateAppend = "nd"
elseif DatePart("d",strDate) = "3" then
strDateAppend = "rd"
elseif DatePart("d",strDate) = "21" then
strDateAppend = "st"
elseif DatePart("d",strDate) = "22" then
strDateAppend = "nd"
elseif DatePart("d",strDate) = "23" then
strDateAppend = "rd"
elseif DatePart("d",strDate) = "31" then
strDateAppend = "st"
else
strDateAppend = "th"
end if

strDateOutput = strDateMonth & " " & DatePart("d",strDate) & strDateAppend & ", " & DatePart("yyyy",strDate) & "."

%

Last updated %=strDateOutput%
</i>

<B>gets turned into

Last updated July 30th, 2004.

and thats what a search engine sees</b>
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Also google can now read css and javascript files to a limited extent.
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darksat wrote:
Also google can now read css and javascript files to a limited extent.


I tend to wonder. Whats the purpose of google reading a css file?
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So they can see if you are using CSS SEO Tricks.

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