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How to exclude certain paths from search

Thread began 9/05/2010 11:17 am by Dennis | Last modified 9/09/2010 7:06 pm by Dennis | 6408 views | 9 replies

Dennis

Jason,

That didn't seem to do anything? The search still returns hits with the path I'm trying to exclude. here is the line as I tried it

php:
$url = 'http://boss.yahooapis.com/ysearch/web/v1/'.urlencode($term).'?appid='.$appID.'&view=keyterms&sites='.urlencode($sites).'&abstract=long&count='.$count.'&format=xml&start='.$start.'&-inurl=oeshealth.org/oeshealth-orig';


I also tried...
-inurl=www.oeshealth.org/oeshealth-orig
-inurl=oeshealth-orig

It's almost like it isn't getting passed on, I misspelled inurl and everything worked the same with no errors.

the paths I'm trying to exclude are
oescahealthregistry
oeshealth-orig (I'm just using this one for this test).

FYI, the website is www.oeshealth.org using the bottom search box, i've been searching on pra which should return only about 9 hits.

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