||Posted - 07/31/2004 : 17:45:42
It would be great if we can create static HTML pages, which are search engine friendly using Aleza. As IIS has no url rewrite functionality (I think using ASP.NET it is possible?) like Apache on UNIX environment.
If we can create static directories and html pages automatically of the links stored in the database then we can get more hits, hence visitors to our sites from search engines.
It also makes the link address more user friendly and memorable.
I was able to do something like this. I wrote a simple script which created HTML pages of all the links; but in one directory. The pages did got spidered by search engines and I am getting a lot of visitors from it.
However, the problem was that it did not create the link directory structure (more precisely the folders).
I would like Aleza to be able to create static html pages and put them into directories (e.g. /Arts_and_Humanities/index.html, index2.html.. etc.)
Something like the Links 2.0 script from Gossamer-Threads, which runs on unix systems.