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(keitai-l) Re: determining what is an i-mode page

From: Craig Dunn <craig.dunn_at_conceptdevelopment.net>
Date: 02/08/01
Message-ID: <OGEGIKAMGPHPOJLMMLMLIEJBCAAA.craig.dunn_at_conceptdevelopment.net>
>>- I would probably look for pages that have the
>>ACCESSKEY or TEL: tags.

ACCESSKEY is a valid tag in Internet Explorer 4.0 and above; is defined in
HTML-4.01 'recommendation'
http://www.w3.org/TR/html401/interact/forms.html#h-17.11.2

	<a href="index.html"
	   accesskey="C"
	   style="text-decoration:none"><u>C</u>ancel</a>

so i'm not sure if it's a good way to distinguish i-mode sites. I guess not
many people use it in that was (except maybe intRAnet development) though.

>>With the wealth of USER_AGENT info that DoCoMo has supplied,

was the implied suggestion here for the crawler to browse with a
	DoCoMo/1.0/ROBOTxxxxx
user-agent? if not, my question IS does the crawler identify itself in this
way?

cd



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