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I create a cms that news saved in database but how search engines find my news in database if they find it they could find username and passwords in my db?
how to optimize my news to indexed by search engines
i use and sql server 2008 and i read news in DB and show it on news page.
Posted 1-Aug-12 6:39am
Wes Aday 1-Aug-12 12:26pm
Not sure what you asking or how it relates to a programming question, but search engines are not reading your "news" from your database so no they are not finding user names or passwords in there either.
Behnam Mohammadi 1-Aug-12 13:59pm
what solution for this i want search engines index my news.
what i do?
Wes Aday 1-Aug-12 14:07pm
You would use meta tags in your HTML. But first have to get the search engines to even know that your site exists.
Behnam Mohammadi 1-Aug-12 14:47pm
I have One aspx page and all news generate in it dynamic now how set meta tag in it for each news?
Wes Aday 1-Aug-12 14:49pm
Well if it were me, I would generate the tags dynamically at the same time that my news items were created.
Behnam Mohammadi 1-Aug-12 14:53pm
GanesanSenthilvel 1-Aug-12 15:03pm
Try out using Alfersco as the CMS solution

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If your data is in a DB and hidden behind a login, then why do you want people to find it ? If they can find it, it's in their cache and non-logged in users can see it.
Behnam Mohammadi 1-Aug-12 17:14pm
no i want only search engines index news in table news
no other tables.
Christian Graus 1-Aug-12 17:16pm
A search engine cannot see your DB, nor can it see inside your password protected site. In any case, people who have no login, will be able to see the cached version, if you could do it. It needs to live outside your password protected area.

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