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Am I right in thinking...
« on: 06/23/07 at 05:07:26 »
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Am I right in thinking that the pages are just called up by the scripts, and the pages of my site aren't actually going to get spidered and listed in Google.

Is there any way of adding text to the pages so they become unique from the pages of my cafepress store?

Thanks in advance for your answers.
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Re: Am I right in thinking...
« Reply #1 on: 06/23/07 at 12:21:54 »
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No, that's not correct.  As far as Google is concerned, your pages are real, just like any others.

And your pages are already unique, since the formatting and surrounding code are all substantially different.

That said, you can customize the content in your store by changing the template or making changes in cpadmin (entering store ID descriptions, and adding content at the top of product and thumbnail page areas, among other things).
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Re: Am I right in thinking...
« Reply #2 on: 06/23/07 at 13:36:23 »
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The content that I add at the top of the product and thumbnail pages, can it be different for every page?

Also can I make the descriptions and keywords different for every page?

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« Reply #3 on: 06/23/07 at 14:52:50 »
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Every page in your entire store?

Well, you can use hooks if you want to do that.  Checkout the page on hooks for more information.

Note that it'll take a while to add different content to the top of every page in your store.  More pages, more time.
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Re: Am I right in thinking...
« Reply #4 on: 06/23/07 at 23:50:25 »
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Time doesn't matter if it means creating pages that get found in search engines.

If every page has the same description, keywords and intro, Google just isn't going to list them.

As an example there's a site in the showcase section...

http://desirage.com

This site has ( according to my local Google database ) 3,570 pages listed. 3,547 of these pages are in the supplemental results. Which means they are never going to get found in search results.

When you look at the listings in Google all the pages have the same description tag.

you can view the listing here...

http://www.google.com/search?q=site:desirage.com&num=100&hl=en&lr=&as_qdr=all&start=0&sa=N&filter=0

If that doesn't work type this in Google

site:desirage.com

Is it possible to code every page as you would a normal web site, and then use the tags where you want the products and everything else? Or can you only use the templates?

Also I can't get my Cptemplate_product.html and the _store.html templates to work.

I posted the original question here...

http://www.marty.net/cgi/marty/board/messageboard?board=cphelp&action=display&num=1182625272

I've uploaded them in ASCII mode into the store folder where my cptemplate.html is and that works fine.
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Re: Am I right in thinking...
« Reply #5 on: 06/24/07 at 00:53:01 »
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cpshop doesn't support a unique template for each and every page.  You can use a different template for each store ID using cpfilter_template, and you can also use hooks to customize each page's content.
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