search robots visits or doesn`t visit this page

Discussion in 'HTML' started by K., Sep 11, 2007.

  1. K.

    K. Guest

    Hello!

    Can you write me if such tag
    <img src=http://www.domain.com" alt="example" />
    is being indexed and visited by search robots?

    Thank you in advance
    Martin
    K., Sep 11, 2007
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  2. In article <fc64ka$933$>,
    "K." <> wrote:

    > Hello!
    >
    > Can you write me if such tag
    > <img src=http://www.domain.com" alt="example" />
    > is being indexed and visited by search robots?


    Hi Martin,
    I guess you are asking if search engine robots will see and follow the
    URL in the src attribute of an IMG tag. The answer is yes. Think about
    it -- Google has an image search, of course it examines IMG tags.

    --
    Philip
    http://NikitaTheSpider.com/
    Whole-site HTML validation, link checking and more
    Nikita the Spider, Sep 13, 2007
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  3. K.

    MZ Guest

    > Hi Martin,
    > I guess you are asking if search engine robots will see and follow the
    > URL in the src attribute of an IMG tag. The answer is yes. Think about
    > it -- Google has an image search, of course it examines IMG tags.
    >
    > --
    > Philip


    Hello Philip!

    Thank you for your answer.
    Could you advise me if it is good or not?

    I have a page: www.yyyy.pl . There are some tags <img
    src="http://www.vvvv.pl/index.php?file=123" alt="file from web page vvvv">
    with vvvv.pl domain image redirection.
    Is it better for me to download this image from vvvv.pl and upload it to
    yyyy.pl domain and change the img src into
    <img src="images/file123.jpg" alt="file from web page yyyy.pl">
    I wouldn`t like to have impact on better vvvv.pl domain position in i.e.
    google ranking.
    Does such change will be better for my domain (yyyy.pl) (I mean better
    position in ranking for yyyy.pl domain)?

    Thank you in advance for help
    Martin
    MZ, Sep 13, 2007
    #3
  4. In article <fcc29b$7hv$>,
    "MZ" <> wrote:

    > > Hi Martin,
    > > I guess you are asking if search engine robots will see and follow the
    > > URL in the src attribute of an IMG tag. The answer is yes. Think about
    > > it -- Google has an image search, of course it examines IMG tags.

    >
    > I have a page: www.yyyy.pl . There are some tags <img
    > src="http://www.vvvv.pl/index.php?file=123" alt="file from web page vvvv">
    > with vvvv.pl domain image redirection.
    > Is it better for me to download this image from vvvv.pl and upload it to
    > yyyy.pl domain and change the img src into
    > <img src="images/file123.jpg" alt="file from web page yyyy.pl">
    > I wouldn`t like to have impact on better vvvv.pl domain position in i.e.
    > google ranking.
    > Does such change will be better for my domain (yyyy.pl) (I mean better
    > position in ranking for yyyy.pl domain)?


    Oh, sorry, I didn't realize that this was a question about search
    ranking. I really don't know very much about that. You might try asking
    over in alt.internet.search-engines.

    > Thank you in advance for help


    Prosze

    --
    Philip
    http://NikitaTheSpider.com/
    Whole-site HTML validation, link checking and more
    Nikita the Spider, Sep 13, 2007
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  5. K.

    K. Guest

    U¿ytkownik "Nikita the Spider" <> napisa³ w
    wiadomo¶ci
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    > In article <fcc29b$7hv$>,
    > "MZ" <> wrote:
    >
    >> > Hi Martin,
    >> > I guess you are asking if search engine robots will see and follow the
    >> > URL in the src attribute of an IMG tag. The answer is yes. Think about
    >> > it -- Google has an image search, of course it examines IMG tags.

    >>
    >> I have a page: www.yyyy.pl . There are some tags <img
    >> src="http://www.vvvv.pl/index.php?file=123" alt="file from web page
    >> vvvv">
    >> with vvvv.pl domain image redirection.
    >> Is it better for me to download this image from vvvv.pl and upload it to
    >> yyyy.pl domain and change the img src into
    >> <img src="images/file123.jpg" alt="file from web page yyyy.pl">
    >> I wouldn`t like to have impact on better vvvv.pl domain position in i.e.
    >> google ranking.
    >> Does such change will be better for my domain (yyyy.pl) (I mean better
    >> position in ranking for yyyy.pl domain)?

    >
    > Oh, sorry, I didn't realize that this was a question about search
    > ranking. I really don't know very much about that. You might try asking
    > over in alt.internet.search-engines.
    >
    >> Thank you in advance for help

    >
    > Prosze
    >
    > --
    > Philip


    Despite it, thank you Philip for you help.
    I see that you know Polish word:) Prosze = You`re welcome

    Martin
    K., Sep 14, 2007
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