Web Site Creation: Good Practice Guidelines Designing For Migration, Preservation and Dissemination. Brian Kelly UK Web Focus UKOLN University of Bath. Email B.Kelly@ukoln.ac.uk URL http://www.ukoln.ac.uk/. UKOLN is supported by:. Contents. We’ve Been Here Before
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Web Site Creation: Good Practice Guidelines Designing For Migration, Preservation and Dissemination
UK Web Focus
University of Bath
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/robots.txt in Web root
Note that use of directories to group related resources will have many benefits: controlling indexing robots, mirroring and auditing software, etc.
You should formulate plans for making your Web site search-engines friendly and accessible
Note that you may wish to mirror only the project deliverables Web site, and not the Web site for partners or the Web site about the project – another reason for having separate Web sites