Web indexing: extending the functionality of HTML Indexer

Unwalla, Mike
October 2006
Indexer;Oct2006, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p128
Academic Journal
The article discusses the website indexing tool HTML Indexer, which is the only commercial product available specifically for the indexing of Web content. The author presents ways in which HTML Indexer's capabilities can be extended by the user, such as the inclusion of indexer-defined codes. Limitations to the program are discussed, and illustrations which guide the user through several processes are included. Best-practice guidelines for indexing web content are available from professional societies.


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