From: (no name) (no email)
Date: Thu Aug 08 2002 - 09:36:14 EDT
I see now.
Thank you very much,
Kir Kolyshkin <> wrote:
>> I found Disallow problem. The command also disallow domain extension.
>> For example, if you disallow .com, it disallow all .com sites instead
>> of only http://www.domain.com/directory/file.com. Same for '.au'
>> sound files and Australian '.au'
>Sounds like you do not understand what regular expression is.
>If you say "Disallow .com", that means to disallow all URLs
>that have 'com' characters. If you say "Disallow \.com", that
>means to disallow everything that have ".com" characters.
>If you say "Disallow \.com$", that means to disallow every URL
>that ends with '.com' (symbol $ means end of line).
>Proper variant can be
>Please made yourself familiar with regex - this is really
>powerful and not-so-complex language. See man regex(7),
>awk(3), grep(3), tell "regular expressions" to google.com,
>or buy "Mastering regular expressions" book (see
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