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  1. Don't Ignore Your Sitemap!

    I've used "index" or "table of contents" also to help the user figure out the purpose of the page. Many sites I visit and review have underutilized sitemap pages. It's really a shame because these workhorse pages get so little credit, and so little...

  2. It Pays to Play by the Rules - Compliance, Accessibility and SEO

    The table of contents (navigation) belongs at the top. When using semantic markup and table-less design, the appearance of your site is controlled using CSS. Companies big and small often attribute their success to having their sites well-ranked in...

  3. New Search Patent Filings: October 4, 2006 - Using Google to find the Cable Guy

    In one embodiment, items are recommended based on the current contents of a user's shopping cart. In one embodiment, the service generates the recommendations using a previously generated table that maps items to respective lists of "similar" items.

  4. New Search Patent Applications: May 23, 2006 - Yahoo Wallets, Microsoft Answers, and Google Phrases

    The answering service has an interface that exposes the contents of this database to queries from users of the network who are not necessarily members of the answering service. The sets of ordered predicted completion strings are obtained by...

  5. Google Print Now Publishing Out-Of-Copyright Works Gained Through Library Scanning Program

    Also, what about being able to access a page by page number after reviewing a table-of-contents or index? Google Print is now publishing the full-text of public domain/out-of-copyright print works it has acquired through the Google Print library...

  6. SafeSearch Doesn't Work On Google Print & Can Full Book Preview Prevention Be Hacked?

    You may continue browsing to view unrestricted or already viewed pages (view an unrestricted page), or visit the Table of Contents or About this Book pages. I was running a few searches this morning with the new Google Print interface and noticed...