Partial Site For RobotCrawlsIndex
This text file \public_html\SiteXREF01.txt is a Variable length file and is Delimited by the PIP | character.
This company list may have the INTERNAL or EXTERNAL links to other sites.
Listing the links to our website on the Credits page; a type of Thank You.
Thank you for listing Crystal River Cap & Truck Accessories, LLC.
The website https://crystalriver.pro
There is still a sitemap.xml file but that did not help me much on keeping track of links.
External links, Back links, and which companies may have a reference to our website.
The information listed within the file is easier to see when you want to cross reference
Data, setting some standards, and researching. What did I miss?
The format will change, and other XREF; cross reference files will be added.
Site.html, sitemap.xml, SiteXREF##.txt (## = Versions or different layouts)
File Layout File:SiteXREF01.txt Variable Length  | other PIP delimited 12 Fields A-L
The first record 1 has Headers ( J. external back-links that indexing might have missed )
File Layout File:SiteXREF02.txt Variable Length  | other PIP delimited 3 Fields
The first record 1 has Headers ( J. Internal links that indexing might have missed )
URL |Number of Images| Updated
There may be a better way to do this. Just trying to avoid those Broken-Links that I found and
“Not really broken”. Even with a small list of links, it can get confusing. Back-n-forth and Pivot around.
Not enough caffeine & you may say “Was it a car or a cat I saW” (Not sure if that quote is original)
I’ve seen Broken Links only because the page doesn’t really exist or were changed, moved.
If only it was this easy to remove the errors.
Please Remove 404 Https://crystalriver.pro/CRA*.png
Please Remove 404 Https://crystalriver.pro/CRB*.png
Please Remove 404 Https://crystalriver.pro/CRB01.png
Please check https://crystalriver.pro/sitemap.xml As Listed within the document
Please check the URL as is.. Do not change from uppercase to lower vice-versa. When a sitemap is provided, it should help and not hurt. Just a web-guy going Round-and-Round
While visiting other websites I’ve used before and then seeing Generic errors, sometimes you’d get
an error code, and other times not. Broken Link or now using a VPN and you’re blocked. See
403 Access Denied. Some “Reporting Tools” show 403 as broken link and others may not know
Visit that site you’ve seen before and now you can’t see that site.
Turn-off the VPN and take your chances. Hey, now I can see the site!
I wouldn’t recommend it!
I would recommend taking a look at \public_html\SiteXREF01.txt