restricted access - keyword search subsite


S

Sue

Looking to create a page/subsite with password restricted
access so that someone who knows the password can open
this page/subsite and search by keyword to view only the
HTML pages that have been assigned keywords that match the
search criteria. Have not been able to find suffiecient
documentation to accomplish this. Does anyone know where
to look or have any hints on how to accomplish this.
The user should only be allowed Read Only access to the
HTML pages.
 
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Steve H

You can create a list of keywords on a page. Click on a
keyword and a page comes up with a preselected listing of
page links the user can click on. This is easy to create.

Or are you giving them permission to type any word they
wish, but then you want to limit which pages return that
keyword? How can you possibly know what words they will
type in? I think the above paragraph suggestion will give
you the control you seem to be seeking.

In the context of HTML, Raad Only access does not make
sense. You need to give us more information about what you
mean by this exclusion.
 
K

Kevin Spencer

Here's the thing, Sue. FrontPage components are designed to work a certain
way. As soon as you say "I want to create X FrontPage component
functionality, but I want it to do Y and Z" you're talking about writing
your own custom server-side application. So, you will either need to be or
hire a programmer to do this.

--
HTH,
Kevin Spencer
..Net Developer
Microsoft MVP
Big things are made up
of lots of little things.
 
G

Guest

I suppose you could try the FP search component. Don't know if it will suit your entire needs, but it will search every page in the subsite, and display the results.
 
S

Sue

We have a bunch of individual pages. What we want to do is
assign specific keywords to each page and then create a
search interface so that one can type in any keyword and
be provided with a list of pages/links that have that
keyword and a brief description. Then they could choose
which page to open, click on the link provided and the
selected page opens.

We do have programmers who can write the code, just wanted
to see if Front Page had a way to do this before making
the request. Is this a possibility, or must we write our
own code.
 
S

Sue

OK, I understand that, but what FrontPage component are
you talking about. That's what I can't find. Not even
trying to change what the component does, don't know what
component to use to begin with.
Looking at the Seach Form and database results wizard
documentation and can't tell what to do??
 
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Thomas A. Rowe

Sue,

The FP search component will search for all word on a page, you can not set it just look at one
word.

Your programmer could set up a database search using Access with a 3 fields, RecID, Keyword, and
Pagename, then create a search function that search for the keyword and then return the pagenames as
results.

--
==============================================
Thomas A. Rowe (Microsoft MVP - FrontPage)
WEBMASTER Resources(tm)

FrontPage Resources, WebCircle, MS KB Quick Links, etc.
==============================================
 
S

Sue

Yes I'm sure the programmers can design something, I am
just trying to find out if Front page can use the keywords
that are entered on the Page properties, general tab?

Is there any existing Front Page component that can be set
up to look through those keywords and then return a list
of links to pages within the site that have keywords that
match whatever is entered in the search criteria field?
-----Original Message-----
Sue,

The FP search component will search for all word on a
page, you can not set it just look at one
word.

Your programmer could set up a database search using
Access with a 3 fields, RecID, Keyword, and
Pagename, then create a search function that search for
the keyword and then return the pagenames as
 
T

Thomas A. Rowe

Sue,

Requires server-side scripting. If hosted on Windows IIS with Index Server, then with ASP you could
read those tags, but FP have no components to do this directly.

--
==============================================
Thomas A. Rowe (Microsoft MVP - FrontPage)
WEBMASTER Resources(tm)

FrontPage Resources, WebCircle, MS KB Quick Links, etc.
==============================================
 
S

Sue

Ok then that explains why I couldn't find any
documentation.
Then what is the purpose of entering keywords on the page
properties. What does use them?
-----Original Message-----
Sue,

Requires server-side scripting. If hosted on Windows IIS
with Index Server, then with ASP you could
 
T

Tom Pepper Willett

Some global search engines use them.
--
===
Tom "Pepper" Willett
Microsoft MVP - FrontPage
---
About FrontPage 2003:
http://office.microsoft.com/home/office.aspx?assetid=FX01085802
FrontPage 2003 Product Information:
http://www.microsoft.com/office/frontpage/prodinfo/default.mspx
Understanding FrontPage:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/office/understanding/frontpage/
===
| Ok then that explains why I couldn't find any
| documentation.
| Then what is the purpose of entering keywords on the page
| properties. What does use them?
|
| >-----Original Message-----
| >Sue,
| >
| >Requires server-side scripting. If hosted on Windows IIS
| with Index Server, then with ASP you could
| >read those tags, but FP have no components to do this
| directly.
| >
| >--
| >==============================================
| >Thomas A. Rowe (Microsoft MVP - FrontPage)
| >WEBMASTER Resources(tm)
| >
| >FrontPage Resources, WebCircle, MS KB Quick Links, etc.
| >==============================================
| >To assist you in getting the best answers for FrontPage
| support see:
| >http://www.net-sites.com/sitebuilder/newsgroups.asp
| >
| message
| >| >> Yes I'm sure the programmers can design something, I am
| >> just trying to find out if Front page can use the
| keywords
| >> that are entered on the Page properties, general tab?
| >>
| >> Is there any existing Front Page component that can be
| set
| >> up to look through those keywords and then return a list
| >> of links to pages within the site that have keywords
| that
| >> match whatever is entered in the search criteria field?
| >>
| >> >-----Original Message-----
| >> >Sue,
| >> >
| >> >The FP search component will search for all word on a
| >> page, you can not set it just look at one
| >> >word.
| >> >
| >> >Your programmer could set up a database search using
| >> Access with a 3 fields, RecID, Keyword, and
| >> >Pagename, then create a search function that search for
| >> the keyword and then return the pagenames as
| >> >results.
| >> >
| >> >--
| >> >==============================================
| >> >Thomas A. Rowe (Microsoft MVP - FrontPage)
| >> >WEBMASTER Resources(tm)
| >> >
| >> >FrontPage Resources, WebCircle, MS KB Quick Links, etc.
| >> >==============================================
| >> >To assist you in getting the best answers for FrontPage
| >> support see:
| >> >http://www.net-sites.com/sitebuilder/newsgroups.asp
| >> >
| >> | >> >> We have a bunch of individual pages. What we want to
| do
| >> is
| >> >> assign specific keywords to each page and then
| create a
| >> >> search interface so that one can type in any keyword
| and
| >> >> be provided with a list of pages/links that have that
| >> >> keyword and a brief description. Then they could
| choose
| >> >> which page to open, click on the link provided and
| the
| >> >> selected page opens.
| >> >>
| >> >> We do have programmers who can write the code, just
| >> wanted
| >> >> to see if Front Page had a way to do this before
| making
| >> >> the request. Is this a possibility, or must we write
| >> our
| >> >> own code.
| >> >>
| >> >> >-----Original Message-----
| >> >> >You can create a list of keywords on a page. Click
| on a
| >> >> >keyword and a page comes up with a preselected
| listing
| >> of
| >> >> >page links the user can click on. This is easy to
| >> create.
| >> >> >
| >> >> >Or are you giving them permission to type any word
| they
| >> >> >wish, but then you want to limit which pages return
| >> that
| >> >> >keyword? How can you possibly know what words they
| will
| >> >> >type in? I think the above paragraph suggestion will
| >> give
| >> >> >you the control you seem to be seeking.
| >> >> >
| >> >> >In the context of HTML, Raad Only access does not
| make
| >> >> >sense. You need to give us more information about
| what
| >> >> you
| >> >> >mean by this exclusion.
| >> >> >
| >> >> >
| >> >> >>-----Original Message-----
| >> >> >>Looking to create a page/subsite with password
| >> >> restricted
| >> >> >>access so that someone who knows the password can
| open
| >> >> >>this page/subsite and search by keyword to view
| only
| >> the
| >> >> >>HTML pages that have been assigned keywords that
| match
| >> >> >the
| >> >> >>search criteria. Have not been able to find
| >> suffiecient
| >> >> >>documentation to accomplish this. Does anyone know
| >> >> where
| >> >> >>to look or have any hints on how to accomplish
| this.
| >> >> >>The user should only be allowed Read Only access to
| >> the
| >> >> >>HTML pages.
| >> >> >>.
| >> >> >>
| >> >> >.
| >> >> >
| >> >
| >> >
| >> >.
| >> >
| >
| >
| >.
| >
 
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Thomas A. Rowe

See http://www.searchenginewatch.com for info regarding search engines and meta tags.

--
==============================================
Thomas A. Rowe (Microsoft MVP - FrontPage)
WEBMASTER Resources(tm)

FrontPage Resources, WebCircle, MS KB Quick Links, etc.
==============================================
 
S

Sue

Wasn't really interested in Search Engines for web
browsing, mostly just want to create an interface to
search through one folder on our site. But now that
raises a question. If we enter keywords into page
properties for some pages in our site, would that allow
anyone using a search engine to access those pages on our
site (if they enter a search word/phrase that happens to
match). My concern, I want to restrict access to certain
pages, by making them only accessible through a password
protected subsite on my site. But if I get the
programmers to use the keyword properties from Front Page,
is that opening up our site to anyone with a search engine?
 
T

Tom Pepper Willett

If it's properly password protected, the search engines will not be able to
find it to begin with, and they won't be listed for the general public.

Also, don't put keywords on the password protected pages, as well as the
appropriate robots meta tag information.

--
===
Tom "Pepper" Willett
Microsoft MVP - FrontPage
---
About FrontPage 2003:
http://office.microsoft.com/home/office.aspx?assetid=FX01085802
FrontPage 2003 Product Information:
http://www.microsoft.com/office/frontpage/prodinfo/default.mspx
Understanding FrontPage:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/office/understanding/frontpage/
FrontPage 2002 Server Extensions Support Center:
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=fh;en-us;fp10se
===
| Wasn't really interested in Search Engines for web
| browsing, mostly just want to create an interface to
| search through one folder on our site. But now that
| raises a question. If we enter keywords into page
| properties for some pages in our site, would that allow
| anyone using a search engine to access those pages on our
| site (if they enter a search word/phrase that happens to
| match). My concern, I want to restrict access to certain
| pages, by making them only accessible through a password
| protected subsite on my site. But if I get the
| programmers to use the keyword properties from Front Page,
| is that opening up our site to anyone with a search engine?
|
| >-----Original Message-----
| >See http://www.searchenginewatch.com for info regarding
| search engines and meta tags.
| >
| >--
| >==============================================
| >Thomas A. Rowe (Microsoft MVP - FrontPage)
| >WEBMASTER Resources(tm)
| >
| >FrontPage Resources, WebCircle, MS KB Quick Links, etc.
| >==============================================
| >To assist you in getting the best answers for FrontPage
| support see:
| >http://www.net-sites.com/sitebuilder/newsgroups.asp
| >
| >| >> Some global search engines use them.
| >> --
| >> ===
| >> Tom "Pepper" Willett
| >> Microsoft MVP - FrontPage
| >> ---
| >> About FrontPage 2003:
| >> http://office.microsoft.com/home/office.aspx?
| assetid=FX01085802
| >> FrontPage 2003 Product Information:
| >>
| http://www.microsoft.com/office/frontpage/prodinfo/default.
| mspx
| >> Understanding FrontPage:
| >>
| http://msdn.microsoft.com/office/understanding/frontpage/
| >> ===
| message
| >> | >> | Ok then that explains why I couldn't find any
| >> | documentation.
| >> | Then what is the purpose of entering keywords on the
| page
| >> | properties. What does use them?
| >> |
| >> | >-----Original Message-----
| >> | >Sue,
| >> | >
| >> | >Requires server-side scripting. If hosted on Windows
| IIS
| >> | with Index Server, then with ASP you could
| >> | >read those tags, but FP have no components to do this
| >> | directly.
| >> | >
| >> | >--
| >> | >==============================================
| >> | >Thomas A. Rowe (Microsoft MVP - FrontPage)
| >> | >WEBMASTER Resources(tm)
| >> | >
| >> | >FrontPage Resources, WebCircle, MS KB Quick Links,
| etc.
| >> | >==============================================
| >> | >To assist you in getting the best answers for
| FrontPage
| >> | support see:
| >> | >http://www.net-sites.com/sitebuilder/newsgroups.asp
| >> | >
| >> | message
| >> | >| >> | >> Yes I'm sure the programmers can design something,
| I am
| >> | >> just trying to find out if Front page can use the
| >> | keywords
| >> | >> that are entered on the Page properties, general
| tab?
| >> | >>
| >> | >> Is there any existing Front Page component that
| can be
| >> | set
| >> | >> up to look through those keywords and then return
| a list
| >> | >> of links to pages within the site that have
| keywords
| >> | that
| >> | >> match whatever is entered in the search criteria
| field?
| >> | >>
| >> | >> >-----Original Message-----
| >> | >> >Sue,
| >> | >> >
| >> | >> >The FP search component will search for all word
| on a
| >> | >> page, you can not set it just look at one
| >> | >> >word.
| >> | >> >
| >> | >> >Your programmer could set up a database search
| using
| >> | >> Access with a 3 fields, RecID, Keyword, and
| >> | >> >Pagename, then create a search function that
| search for
| >> | >> the keyword and then return the pagenames as
| >> | >> >results.
| >> | >> >
| >> | >> >--
| >> | >> >==============================================
| >> | >> >Thomas A. Rowe (Microsoft MVP - FrontPage)
| >> | >> >WEBMASTER Resources(tm)
| >> | >> >
| >> | >> >FrontPage Resources, WebCircle, MS KB Quick
| Links, etc.
| >> | >> >==============================================
| >> | >> >To assist you in getting the best answers for
| FrontPage
| >> | >> support see:
| >> | >> >http://www.net-
| sites.com/sitebuilder/newsgroups.asp
| >> | >> >
| >> | >> | >> | >> >> We have a bunch of individual pages. What we
| want to
| >> | do
| >> | >> is
| >> | >> >> assign specific keywords to each page and then
| >> | create a
| >> | >> >> search interface so that one can type in any
| keyword
| >> | and
| >> | >> >> be provided with a list of pages/links that
| have that
| >> | >> >> keyword and a brief description. Then they
| could
| >> | choose
| >> | >> >> which page to open, click on the link provided
| and
| >> | the
| >> | >> >> selected page opens.
| >> | >> >>
| >> | >> >> We do have programmers who can write the code,
| just
| >> | >> wanted
| >> | >> >> to see if Front Page had a way to do this before
| >> | making
| >> | >> >> the request. Is this a possibility, or must we
| write
| >> | >> our
| >> | >> >> own code.
| >> | >> >>
| >> | >> >> >-----Original Message-----
| >> | >> >> >You can create a list of keywords on a page.
| Click
| >> | on a
| >> | >> >> >keyword and a page comes up with a preselected
| >> | listing
| >> | >> of
| >> | >> >> >page links the user can click on. This is easy
| to
| >> | >> create.
| >> | >> >> >
| >> | >> >> >Or are you giving them permission to type any
| word
| >> | they
| >> | >> >> >wish, but then you want to limit which pages
| return
| >> | >> that
| >> | >> >> >keyword? How can you possibly know what words
| they
| >> | will
| >> | >> >> >type in? I think the above paragraph
| suggestion will
| >> | >> give
| >> | >> >> >you the control you seem to be seeking.
| >> | >> >> >
| >> | >> >> >In the context of HTML, Raad Only access does
| not
| >> | make
| >> | >> >> >sense. You need to give us more information
| about
| >> | what
| >> | >> >> you
| >> | >> >> >mean by this exclusion.
| >> | >> >> >
| >> | >> >> >
| >> | >> >> >>-----Original Message-----
| >> | >> >> >>Looking to create a page/subsite with password
| >> | >> >> restricted
| >> | >> >> >>access so that someone who knows the password
| can
| >> | open
| >> | >> >> >>this page/subsite and search by keyword to
| view
| >> | only
| >> | >> the
| >> | >> >> >>HTML pages that have been assigned keywords
| that
| >> | match
| >> | >> >> >the
| >> | >> >> >>search criteria. Have not been able to find
| >> | >> suffiecient
| >> | >> >> >>documentation to accomplish this. Does
| anyone know
| >> | >> >> where
| >> | >> >> >>to look or have any hints on how to accomplish
| >> | this.
| >> | >> >> >>The user should only be allowed Read Only
| access to
| >> | >> the
| >> | >> >> >>HTML pages.
| >> | >> >> >>.
| >> | >> >> >>
| >> | >> >> >.
| >> | >> >> >
| >> | >> >
| >> | >> >
| >> | >> >.
| >> | >> >
| >> | >
| >> | >
| >> | >.
| >> | >
| >>
| >>
| >
| >
| >.
| >
 
S

Sue

What would be properly password protected?
What are the appropriate robots meta tag information?
 
T

Tom Pepper Willett

1) You have to tell us what type of O/S you have, and what type of password
protection you intend to use.

2) (You really need to learn to Google for some of your answers)
--
===
Tom "Pepper" Willett
Microsoft MVP - FrontPage
---
About FrontPage 2003:
http://office.microsoft.com/home/office.aspx?assetid=FX01085802
FrontPage 2003 Product Information:
http://www.microsoft.com/office/frontpage/prodinfo/default.mspx
Understanding FrontPage:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/office/understanding/frontpage/
FrontPage 2002 Server Extensions Support Center:
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=fh;en-us;fp10se
===
http://www.robotstxt.org/wc/meta-user.html
| What would be properly password protected?
| What are the appropriate robots meta tag information?
|
| >-----Original Message-----
| >If it's properly password protected, the search engines
| will not be able to
| >find it to begin with, and they won't be listed for the
| general public.
| >
| >Also, don't put keywords on the password protected pages,
| as well as the
| >appropriate robots meta tag information.
| >
| >--
| >===
| >Tom "Pepper" Willett
| >Microsoft MVP - FrontPage
| >---
| >About FrontPage 2003:
| > http://office.microsoft.com/home/office.aspx?
| assetid=FX01085802
| >FrontPage 2003 Product Information:
| >
| http://www.microsoft.com/office/frontpage/prodinfo/default.
| mspx
| >Understanding FrontPage:
| >
| http://msdn.microsoft.com/office/understanding/frontpage/
| >FrontPage 2002 Server Extensions Support Center:
| > http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=fh;en-
| us;fp10se
| >===
| message
| >| >| Wasn't really interested in Search Engines for web
| >| browsing, mostly just want to create an interface to
| >| search through one folder on our site. But now that
| >| raises a question. If we enter keywords into page
| >| properties for some pages in our site, would that allow
| >| anyone using a search engine to access those pages on
| our
| >| site (if they enter a search word/phrase that happens to
| >| match). My concern, I want to restrict access to
| certain
| >| pages, by making them only accessible through a password
| >| protected subsite on my site. But if I get the
| >| programmers to use the keyword properties from Front
| Page,
| >| is that opening up our site to anyone with a search
| engine?
| >|
| >| >-----Original Message-----
| >| >See http://www.searchenginewatch.com for info regarding
| >| search engines and meta tags.
| >| >
| >| >--
| >| >==============================================
| >| >Thomas A. Rowe (Microsoft MVP - FrontPage)
| >| >WEBMASTER Resources(tm)
| >| >
| >| >FrontPage Resources, WebCircle, MS KB Quick Links, etc.
| >| >==============================================
| >| >To assist you in getting the best answers for FrontPage
| >| support see:
| >| >http://www.net-sites.com/sitebuilder/newsgroups.asp
| >| >
| message
| >| >| >| >> Some global search engines use them.
| >| >> --
| >| >> ===
| >| >> Tom "Pepper" Willett
| >| >> Microsoft MVP - FrontPage
| >| >> ---
| >| >> About FrontPage 2003:
| >| >> http://office.microsoft.com/home/office.aspx?
| >| assetid=FX01085802
| >| >> FrontPage 2003 Product Information:
| >| >>
| >|
| http://www.microsoft.com/office/frontpage/prodinfo/default.
| >| mspx
| >| >> Understanding FrontPage:
| >| >>
| >|
| http://msdn.microsoft.com/office/understanding/frontpage/
| >| >> ===
| >| message
| >| >> | >| >> | Ok then that explains why I couldn't find any
| >| >> | documentation.
| >| >> | Then what is the purpose of entering keywords on
| the
| >| page
| >| >> | properties. What does use them?
| >| >> |
| >| >> | >-----Original Message-----
| >| >> | >Sue,
| >| >> | >
| >| >> | >Requires server-side scripting. If hosted on
| Windows
| >| IIS
| >| >> | with Index Server, then with ASP you could
| >| >> | >read those tags, but FP have no components to do
| this
| >| >> | directly.
| >| >> | >
| >| >> | >--
| >| >> | >==============================================
| >| >> | >Thomas A. Rowe (Microsoft MVP - FrontPage)
| >| >> | >WEBMASTER Resources(tm)
| >| >> | >
| >| >> | >FrontPage Resources, WebCircle, MS KB Quick Links,
| >| etc.
| >| >> | >==============================================
| >| >> | >To assist you in getting the best answers for
| >| FrontPage
| >| >> | support see:
| >| >> | >http://www.net-
| sites.com/sitebuilder/newsgroups.asp
| >| >> | >
| in
| >| >> | message
| >| >> | >| >| >> | >> Yes I'm sure the programmers can design
| something,
| >| I am
| >| >> | >> just trying to find out if Front page can use
| the
| >| >> | keywords
| >| >> | >> that are entered on the Page properties, general
| >| tab?
| >| >> | >>
| >| >> | >> Is there any existing Front Page component that
| >| can be
| >| >> | set
| >| >> | >> up to look through those keywords and then
| return
| >| a list
| >| >> | >> of links to pages within the site that have
| >| keywords
| >| >> | that
| >| >> | >> match whatever is entered in the search criteria
| >| field?
| >| >> | >>
| >| >> | >> >-----Original Message-----
| >| >> | >> >Sue,
| >| >> | >> >
| >| >> | >> >The FP search component will search for all
| word
| >| on a
| >| >> | >> page, you can not set it just look at one
| >| >> | >> >word.
| >| >> | >> >
| >| >> | >> >Your programmer could set up a database search
| >| using
| >| >> | >> Access with a 3 fields, RecID, Keyword, and
| >| >> | >> >Pagename, then create a search function that
| >| search for
| >| >> | >> the keyword and then return the pagenames as
| >| >> | >> >results.
| >| >> | >> >
| >| >> | >> >--
| >| >> | >> >==============================================
| >| >> | >> >Thomas A. Rowe (Microsoft MVP - FrontPage)
| >| >> | >> >WEBMASTER Resources(tm)
| >| >> | >> >
| >| >> | >> >FrontPage Resources, WebCircle, MS KB Quick
| >| Links, etc.
| >| >> | >> >==============================================
| >| >> | >> >To assist you in getting the best answers for
| >| FrontPage
| >| >> | >> support see:
| >| >> | >> >http://www.net-
| >| sites.com/sitebuilder/newsgroups.asp
| >| >> | >> >
| >| >> | >> | >| >> | >> >> We have a bunch of individual pages. What we
| >| want to
| >| >> | do
| >| >> | >> is
| >| >> | >> >> assign specific keywords to each page and
| then
| >| >> | create a
| >| >> | >> >> search interface so that one can type in any
| >| keyword
| >| >> | and
| >| >> | >> >> be provided with a list of pages/links that
| >| have that
| >| >> | >> >> keyword and a brief description. Then they
| >| could
| >| >> | choose
| >| >> | >> >> which page to open, click on the link
| provided
| >| and
| >| >> | the
| >| >> | >> >> selected page opens.
| >| >> | >> >>
| >| >> | >> >> We do have programmers who can write the
| code,
| >| just
| >| >> | >> wanted
| >| >> | >> >> to see if Front Page had a way to do this
| before
| >| >> | making
| >| >> | >> >> the request. Is this a possibility, or must
| we
| >| write
| >| >> | >> our
| >| >> | >> >> own code.
| >| >> | >> >>
| >| >> | >> >> >-----Original Message-----
| >| >> | >> >> >You can create a list of keywords on a page.
| >| Click
| >| >> | on a
| >| >> | >> >> >keyword and a page comes up with a
| preselected
| >| >> | listing
| >| >> | >> of
| >| >> | >> >> >page links the user can click on. This is
| easy
| >| to
| >| >> | >> create.
| >| >> | >> >> >
| >| >> | >> >> >Or are you giving them permission to type
| any
| >| word
| >| >> | they
| >| >> | >> >> >wish, but then you want to limit which pages
| >| return
| >| >> | >> that
| >| >> | >> >> >keyword? How can you possibly know what
| words
| >| they
| >| >> | will
| >| >> | >> >> >type in? I think the above paragraph
| >| suggestion will
| >| >> | >> give
| >| >> | >> >> >you the control you seem to be seeking.
| >| >> | >> >> >
| >| >> | >> >> >In the context of HTML, Raad Only access
| does
| >| not
| >| >> | make
| >| >> | >> >> >sense. You need to give us more information
| >| about
| >| >> | what
| >| >> | >> >> you
| >| >> | >> >> >mean by this exclusion.
| >| >> | >> >> >
| >| >> | >> >> >
| >| >> | >> >> >>-----Original Message-----
| >| >> | >> >> >>Looking to create a page/subsite with
| password
| >| >> | >> >> restricted
| >| >> | >> >> >>access so that someone who knows the
| password
| >| can
| >| >> | open
| >| >> | >> >> >>this page/subsite and search by keyword to
| >| view
| >| >> | only
| >| >> | >> the
| >| >> | >> >> >>HTML pages that have been assigned keywords
| >| that
| >| >> | match
| >| >> | >> >> >the
| >| >> | >> >> >>search criteria. Have not been able to find
| >| >> | >> suffiecient
| >| >> | >> >> >>documentation to accomplish this. Does
| >| anyone know
| >| >> | >> >> where
| >| >> | >> >> >>to look or have any hints on how to
| accomplish
| >| >> | this.
| >| >> | >> >> >>The user should only be allowed Read Only
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Tom Pepper Willett

This link was pasted into the wrong place:
http://www.robotstxt.org/wc/meta-user.html

--
===
Tom "Pepper" Willett
Microsoft MVP - FrontPage
---
About FrontPage 2003:
http://office.microsoft.com/home/office.aspx?assetid=FX01085802
FrontPage 2003 Product Information:
http://www.microsoft.com/office/frontpage/prodinfo/default.mspx
Understanding FrontPage:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/office/understanding/frontpage/
FrontPage 2002 Server Extensions Support Center:
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=fh;en-us;fp10se
===
| 1) You have to tell us what type of O/S you have, and what type of
password
| protection you intend to use.
|
| 2) (You really need to learn to Google for some of your answers)
| --
| ===
| Tom "Pepper" Willett
| Microsoft MVP - FrontPage
| ---
| About FrontPage 2003:
| http://office.microsoft.com/home/office.aspx?assetid=FX01085802
| FrontPage 2003 Product Information:
| http://www.microsoft.com/office/frontpage/prodinfo/default.mspx
| Understanding FrontPage:
| http://msdn.microsoft.com/office/understanding/frontpage/
| FrontPage 2002 Server Extensions Support Center:
| http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=fh;en-us;fp10se
| ===
| http://www.robotstxt.org/wc/meta-user.html
| | | What would be properly password protected?
| | What are the appropriate robots meta tag information?
| |
| | >-----Original Message-----
| | >If it's properly password protected, the search engines
| | will not be able to
| | >find it to begin with, and they won't be listed for the
| | general public.
| | >
| | >Also, don't put keywords on the password protected pages,
| | as well as the
| | >appropriate robots meta tag information.
| | >
| | >--
| | >===
| | >Tom "Pepper" Willett
| | >Microsoft MVP - FrontPage
| | >---
| | >About FrontPage 2003:
| | > http://office.microsoft.com/home/office.aspx?
| | assetid=FX01085802
| | >FrontPage 2003 Product Information:
| | >
| | http://www.microsoft.com/office/frontpage/prodinfo/default.
| | mspx
| | >Understanding FrontPage:
| | >
| | http://msdn.microsoft.com/office/understanding/frontpage/
| | >FrontPage 2002 Server Extensions Support Center:
| | > http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=fh;en-
| | us;fp10se
| | >===
| | message
| | >| | >| Wasn't really interested in Search Engines for web
| | >| browsing, mostly just want to create an interface to
| | >| search through one folder on our site. But now that
| | >| raises a question. If we enter keywords into page
| | >| properties for some pages in our site, would that allow
| | >| anyone using a search engine to access those pages on
| | our
| | >| site (if they enter a search word/phrase that happens to
| | >| match). My concern, I want to restrict access to
| | certain
| | >| pages, by making them only accessible through a password
| | >| protected subsite on my site. But if I get the
| | >| programmers to use the keyword properties from Front
| | Page,
| | >| is that opening up our site to anyone with a search
| | engine?
| | >|
| | >| >-----Original Message-----
| | >| >See http://www.searchenginewatch.com for info regarding
| | >| search engines and meta tags.
| | >| >
| | >| >--
| | >| >==============================================
| | >| >Thomas A. Rowe (Microsoft MVP - FrontPage)
| | >| >WEBMASTER Resources(tm)
| | >| >
| | >| >FrontPage Resources, WebCircle, MS KB Quick Links, etc.
| | >| >==============================================
| | >| >To assist you in getting the best answers for FrontPage
| | >| support see:
| | >| >http://www.net-sites.com/sitebuilder/newsgroups.asp
| | >| >
| | message
| | >| >| | >| >> Some global search engines use them.
| | >| >> --
| | >| >> ===
| | >| >> Tom "Pepper" Willett
| | >| >> Microsoft MVP - FrontPage
| | >| >> ---
| | >| >> About FrontPage 2003:
| | >| >> http://office.microsoft.com/home/office.aspx?
| | >| assetid=FX01085802
| | >| >> FrontPage 2003 Product Information:
| | >| >>
| | >|
| | http://www.microsoft.com/office/frontpage/prodinfo/default.
| | >| mspx
| | >| >> Understanding FrontPage:
| | >| >>
| | >|
| | http://msdn.microsoft.com/office/understanding/frontpage/
| | >| >> ===
| | >| message
| | >| >> | | >| >> | Ok then that explains why I couldn't find any
| | >| >> | documentation.
| | >| >> | Then what is the purpose of entering keywords on
| | the
| | >| page
| | >| >> | properties. What does use them?
| | >| >> |
| | >| >> | >-----Original Message-----
| | >| >> | >Sue,
| | >| >> | >
| | >| >> | >Requires server-side scripting. If hosted on
| | Windows
| | >| IIS
| | >| >> | with Index Server, then with ASP you could
| | >| >> | >read those tags, but FP have no components to do
| | this
| | >| >> | directly.
| | >| >> | >
| | >| >> | >--
| | >| >> | >==============================================
| | >| >> | >Thomas A. Rowe (Microsoft MVP - FrontPage)
| | >| >> | >WEBMASTER Resources(tm)
| | >| >> | >
| | >| >> | >FrontPage Resources, WebCircle, MS KB Quick Links,
| | >| etc.
| | >| >> | >==============================================
| | >| >> | >To assist you in getting the best answers for
| | >| FrontPage
| | >| >> | support see:
| | >| >> | >http://www.net-
| | sites.com/sitebuilder/newsgroups.asp
| | >| >> | >
| | in
| | >| >> | message
| | >| >> | >| | >| >> | >> Yes I'm sure the programmers can design
| | something,
| | >| I am
| | >| >> | >> just trying to find out if Front page can use
| | the
| | >| >> | keywords
| | >| >> | >> that are entered on the Page properties, general
| | >| tab?
| | >| >> | >>
| | >| >> | >> Is there any existing Front Page component that
| | >| can be
| | >| >> | set
| | >| >> | >> up to look through those keywords and then
| | return
| | >| a list
| | >| >> | >> of links to pages within the site that have
| | >| keywords
| | >| >> | that
| | >| >> | >> match whatever is entered in the search criteria
| | >| field?
| | >| >> | >>
| | >| >> | >> >-----Original Message-----
| | >| >> | >> >Sue,
| | >| >> | >> >
| | >| >> | >> >The FP search component will search for all
| | word
| | >| on a
| | >| >> | >> page, you can not set it just look at one
| | >| >> | >> >word.
| | >| >> | >> >
| | >| >> | >> >Your programmer could set up a database search
| | >| using
| | >| >> | >> Access with a 3 fields, RecID, Keyword, and
| | >| >> | >> >Pagename, then create a search function that
| | >| search for
| | >| >> | >> the keyword and then return the pagenames as
| | >| >> | >> >results.
| | >| >> | >> >
| | >| >> | >> >--
| | >| >> | >> >==============================================
| | >| >> | >> >Thomas A. Rowe (Microsoft MVP - FrontPage)
| | >| >> | >> >WEBMASTER Resources(tm)
| | >| >> | >> >
| | >| >> | >> >FrontPage Resources, WebCircle, MS KB Quick
| | >| Links, etc.
| | >| >> | >> >==============================================
| | >| >> | >> >To assist you in getting the best answers for
| | >| FrontPage
| | >| >> | >> support see:
| | >| >> | >> >http://www.net-
| | >| sites.com/sitebuilder/newsgroups.asp
| | >| >> | >> >
| | >| >> | >> | | >| >> | >> >> We have a bunch of individual pages. What we
| | >| want to
| | >| >> | do
| | >| >> | >> is
| | >| >> | >> >> assign specific keywords to each page and
| | then
| | >| >> | create a
| | >| >> | >> >> search interface so that one can type in any
| | >| keyword
| | >| >> | and
| | >| >> | >> >> be provided with a list of pages/links that
| | >| have that
| | >| >> | >> >> keyword and a brief description. Then they
| | >| could
| | >| >> | choose
| | >| >> | >> >> which page to open, click on the link
| | provided
| | >| and
| | >| >> | the
| | >| >> | >> >> selected page opens.
| | >| >> | >> >>
| | >| >> | >> >> We do have programmers who can write the
| | code,
| | >| just
| | >| >> | >> wanted
| | >| >> | >> >> to see if Front Page had a way to do this
| | before
| | >| >> | making
| | >| >> | >> >> the request. Is this a possibility, or must
| | we
| | >| write
| | >| >> | >> our
| | >| >> | >> >> own code.
| | >| >> | >> >>
| | >| >> | >> >> >-----Original Message-----
| | >| >> | >> >> >You can create a list of keywords on a page.
| | >| Click
| | >| >> | on a
| | >| >> | >> >> >keyword and a page comes up with a
| | preselected
| | >| >> | listing
| | >| >> | >> of
| | >| >> | >> >> >page links the user can click on. This is
| | easy
| | >| to
| | >| >> | >> create.
| | >| >> | >> >> >
| | >| >> | >> >> >Or are you giving them permission to type
| | any
| | >| word
| | >| >> | they
| | >| >> | >> >> >wish, but then you want to limit which pages
| | >| return
| | >| >> | >> that
| | >| >> | >> >> >keyword? How can you possibly know what
| | words
| | >| they
| | >| >> | will
| | >| >> | >> >> >type in? I think the above paragraph
| | >| suggestion will
| | >| >> | >> give
| | >| >> | >> >> >you the control you seem to be seeking.
| | >| >> | >> >> >
| | >| >> | >> >> >In the context of HTML, Raad Only access
| | does
| | >| not
| | >| >> | make
| | >| >> | >> >> >sense. You need to give us more information
| | >| about
| | >| >> | what
| | >| >> | >> >> you
| | >| >> | >> >> >mean by this exclusion.
| | >| >> | >> >> >
| | >| >> | >> >> >
| | >| >> | >> >> >>-----Original Message-----
| | >| >> | >> >> >>Looking to create a page/subsite with
| | password
| | >| >> | >> >> restricted
| | >| >> | >> >> >>access so that someone who knows the
| | password
| | >| can
| | >| >> | open
| | >| >> | >> >> >>this page/subsite and search by keyword to
| | >| view
| | >| >> | only
| | >| >> | >> the
| | >| >> | >> >> >>HTML pages that have been assigned keywords
| | >| that
| | >| >> | match
| | >| >> | >> >> >the
| | >| >> | >> >> >>search criteria. Have not been able to find
| | >| >> | >> suffiecient
| | >| >> | >> >> >>documentation to accomplish this. Does
| | >| anyone know
| | >| >> | >> >> where
| | >| >> | >> >> >>to look or have any hints on how to
| | accomplish
| | >| >> | this.
| | >| >> | >> >> >>The user should only be allowed Read Only
| | >| access to
| | >| >> | >> the
| | >| >> | >> >> >>HTML pages.
| | >| >> | >> >> >>.
| | >| >> | >> >> >>
| | >| >> | >> >> >.
| | >| >> | >> >> >
| | >| >> | >> >
| | >| >> | >> >
| | >| >> | >> >.
| | >| >> | >> >
| | >| >> | >
| | >| >> | >
| | >| >> | >.
| | >| >> | >
| | >| >>
| | >| >>
| | >| >
| | >| >
| | >| >.
| | >| >
| | >
| | >
| | >.
| | >
|
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