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Indexes wrong.

Thread began 7/21/2010 9:36 pm by shawneagleis4031408032 | Last modified 9/08/2010 1:17 pm by shawneagleis4031408032 | 1348 views | 4 replies


Indexes wrong.

Apparently Webassist doesn't know how to index a blog properly. I have been consistently getting entries such as these:

Dreamweaver 9/Configuration/Temp/Surveyor/blog/about/

The correct url should be about/

It indexes the other pages right save for about 12 (latest count) or so of the screwing ones.
Funny I do not have the same issues when using an online one such as the one found at xml-sitemaps(dot)com

Only somebody that KNOWS something about this please respond. I DON"T have the time nor the patience to follow up on some random chit chat because I am a busy person and quit frankly this in itself (forum support) is annoying as it is.

Not to be rude. But that's just how it is to me.

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