Sitemaps Protocol Scaled For Cross-Host Support

Sitemaps Protocol Scaled For Cross-Host Support

By WebProNews Staff February 28, 2008 | 7 Comments

One sitemap may now support multiple sites on different hosts thanks to a new addition to the Sitemaps protocol.

Google On Robots Exclusion Protocol

A post on official Google blog informs about Robots Exclusion Protocol. Sometime back we informed you about a previous post on Robots.txt file.

Microsoft Running Behind?

As we reported last week, Google, Yahoo! and MSN have come together to follow an uniform Sitemaps protocol.

SIP protocol

Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) is a protocol that initiates and manages interactive user sessions involving voice, video, instant messaging, and other such multimedia sessions.

Cisco CCNA / CCNP Certification Exam Review: Protocol Basics
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To earn your Cisco CCNA certification and pass the BSCI CCNP exam, you have to know your protocol basics like the back of your hand!

Dynamic Trunking Protocol (DTP)

When youre studying to pass the BCMSN exam on the way to earning your CCNP certification, youre going to add to your CCNA knowledgebase every step of the way.

The Future of Communications – Voice Over Internet Protocol

When was the last time that you were able to make a long-distance call for free? If you said “never”, you probably have not been introduced to VOIP or Voice Over Internet Protocol.

Covad Releases White Paper on Future of Voice over Internet Protocol

Industry Innovation and Facilities-Based Competition Can Turn the VoIP Revolution into Reality.

Disabling Google and Other Search Engines From Crawling a Site

Reader question: I have a online database of horror movies, and I have a good Google rank. In my traffic logs I noted the last month a really growing of the bandwidth: one of the most important browsers of the server logs is Googlebot, so this traffic was generated for the spidering engine of Google. I have the 20 Gb bandwidth limit and I don’t want to pay for excess, so I disable Google into my Web site. My question is:

How Responsible Sales People Beat The E-mail Flood – The Hermes Protocol and H-mail

The Internet has changed the whole nature of markets. The purchaser is now in the driving seat. He or she can get a mass of information on available products without revealing who they are to potential sellers. This changed world has been described in previous newsletters. In theory, it all sounds fine. In practice, it’s not turning out that way.

VLAN Trunking Protocol (VTP)
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In this article well be taking a look at another Layer 2 concept, the VLAN Trunking Protocol (VTP). In this article well explore the basic operation and elements of VTP, including the benefits that it provides from network traffic and configuration perspective.

Web Services Reliable Messaging
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Unless the message exchanges of Web services are made reliable, organizations will not be able to trust them for deployment in industrial-strength business. In this paper, Prasad Yendluri, Principal Architect at webMethods, explains why there is a need for a reliable messaging solution that is independent of the underlying transport protocol used to transmit the messages, and gives an analysis of emerging Web services reliable messaging standards and the work done in this space previously by RosettaNet, BizTalk, and ebXML that forms the basis for the advancements in the Web services domain.

Glossary of Web Design Terms
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Following are definitions of terms related to the Internet and Web design. If some of the terms have several meanings, we are providing the meaning that is related to designing, navigating, and promoting Web sites.

Web Services Reliable Messaging Protocol – impresses more

In January a draft Web Services Reliability specification was announced and I wrote expressing some concerns about the specification. My first concern was the noticeably absence of IBM, Microsoft and BEA from the sponsor list. On March 13 it became clear why, when they, along with Tibco, announced their own ‘Web Services Reliable Messaging Protocol’ specification in this space.

TCP/IP Protocol Within Windows XP Professional

The Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol is a network communication protocol. It can be used as a communications protocol on private networks and it is the default protocol in use on the Internet. When you set up any system to have direct access to the Internet, whether it is via dial-up or one of the high speed technologies in use today, your system will need to utilize the TCP/IP protocol whether it is a Windows based system or not.