We have a brochure page we have to update before september 2001 because
we release some new products for the new year and maybe change some prices
and contact information. As a reminder ht://Dig's notification program
ht://notify sends us a mail on or just after the 15th of august. We specify
with some special meta tags the receiver, the subject of the mail and
the date that the notification should be sent (this date is the earliest
date that ht://Dig will send, and is subject to the time and date that
ht://Dig indexes the page).
We not only send a mail to the webmaster, but also to the copywriter as
a reminder of upcoming events.
An example page below:
<title>Brochure Virtual Libraries HvU.</title>
<meta name="htdig-email" content="firstname.lastname@example.org,email@example.com">
<meta name="htdig-email-subject" content="Update brochure">
<meta name="htdig-notification-date" content="8/15/2001">
<meta name="htdig-keywords" content="brochure, information, regulations">
<meta name="robots" content="index,follow">
The main contents of the page go here...
On or just after the fifteenth of august firstname.lastname@example.org will
From: ht://Dig email notification service
Subject: WWW notification: Update brochure
The following page was tagged to notify you after 8/15/2001.
Subject: Update brochure
Note: This message will be sent again if you do not
change or take away the notification of the above
mentioned HTML page.
Find out more about the notification service at
ht://Dig Notification Service
Please note that ht://Dig MUST be installed on your server if you want
to take advantage of these metatags.
ht://Dig and complete instructions on how
to install it can be found here.
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