I want to manage and control the indexing in the SharePoint pages, which means I have to find a way allows me to specify which part(s) of the page should be indexed to be search
from and which part(s) we have to ignore (Usually we want to ignore all the navigation links which they are usually placed on the top part of the page).
Example: let’s suppose that this is a SharePoint portal:
Then we want to do a search of word "Privacy", our current problem is that if we did search of word "Privacy" the results will be all the pages in the portal
which contains word "Privacy" in other words it will bring all the portal pages… why? Simply, because this word "Privacy" exists in the footer of all the pages. So, what do you think…Especially in sense of the results accuracy???
That's why I want this component to allow me ignoring these links wherever they are (Header, Footer, or left side).
Could you please give me hints or clue how to tackle this problem and I will be thankful to you.
Of course, I am not expecting from you to suggest quick-and-dirty solutions :) , such as:
1- iFrame where the Html rendered contains a META – NOINDEX.
2- Make those links as image(s) in the footer.
3- Passing to me links for
Crawl Rules or the like, because I have gone through all these links letter by letter and they have nothing to do with what am asking.
*** The second question is:
Is there any MOSS feature that would allow doing composite documents with Office documents? I mean the idea is that you would have a master document and other documents that would
inherit it. When the master document is being updated, all the changes would also be inherited downwards? If there is no such feature, what is the best solution to do it?
I really would love and greatly appreciate your professional assistance.
I very much look forward to hearing again from you soon.