i.e. the structure tee ist partial accessible for anonymous -
but in the Page view /tiki-index.php?page=xyz all the substrucktures are clickable but they are not accessible (permission of the subtree gives a 302 for the visitor - so he must go back ...
a robot like google creates so much traffic becose he want follow this dead links
so i thought this is solvable by a sitemap
but Tiki has no intern tool for a sitemap like some other cms.
so i started with a online sitemapgenerator - but disasterarea 302 permission
next sitemap-gen.py from sourceforge but the same disasterarea 302 permission
but much bigger becourse it generates from the apache accesslog.
So next i thought about this mess!OK Why create a link if it is not clickable for anonym
yes thats the first solution to give the thing a straight line
looks like a big bugfamily
<lq_013> before a few day's i started with working on a sitemap for tiki
<lq_013> first Idea with using a external tool end up in a disaster
<lq_013> this courced by permission on some struktures
<lq_013> next disasterpart is the rewrite seo engine wich produces some pages 4 times
<lq_013> each accessible in an other way
<lq_013> the sitemaptool from sourcefrge which makes analyse of the access.log produces much more shit
<lq_013> some things can be restricted in a config file but thats no god Idea
<lq_013> so my suggestion to solve some of this sitemap disasters is to cancel all a href=... where annonymous can't click to
<lq_013> this is more then recommented becourse all visitors and searchengines follow this links and get a 302
<lq_013> with redirekt to login or whatever
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