Re: Moving files to different locations
> 3. Are Symlinks possible in CVS????
> On my static pages I often use Symlinks to the old directory.
Symbolic links are never a good idea for web pages, since it makes them
appear at different pages on the web site, since HTTP doesn't have the
concept of a symbolic link. This means that it will be included twice
in search engines, etc., which some engines might see as a way to try
to "pollute" the database with identical copies and stop you from
The best thing would be to put up a permanent redirect (301), but that
can't be done without .htaccess or similar tweaking, and we can't do
that. A small redirector page is probably the best solution.
Peter - http://www.softwolves.pp.se/
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