Re: Future of HTML

Colin O'Brien (colin@onepointzero.com)
Mon, 9 Mar 1998 17:28:23 +0200


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Date: Mon, 9 Mar 1998 17:28:23 +0200
To: www-html@w3.org
From: "Colin O'Brien" <colin@onepointzero.com>
Subject: Re: Future of HTML


>
>
>2.    site building:    'submit.html' page
>
>similar to the convention of index.html(home.html/default.html) ,
>'submit.html' would be the webmaster's choice to
>imform the robot to index those files listed in submit.html first when it
>visit the site.
>


Wouldn't a 'submit.txt' in the tradition of the 'robots.txt' be better?
'submit.html' may often be used for pages including forms etc.

Colin