Template

For creating doorway pages the program needs a template. This template is a pure HTML file containing a number of replacement characters. During the creation of doorway pages, these replacement characters are replaced by the parameters you specified in the program.

NOTE: The template dwtemplate.htm that comes with the program can be used as basis for possible extensions. Make sure that your own templates are similar to this template (i.e. the content of the template should never be displayed to a visitor, and a hint like in dwtemplate.htm should appear instead.

IMPORTANT: The content of the tags depends completely on the structure of your template!
If, for example, your template inserts the title like this:
<TITLE><#TITLE></TITLE>
The tag <#TITLE> cannot contain HTML code!

The following parameters are used (The description of the possible content refers to the supplied template dwtemplate.htm):

<#KEYWORD>: The keyword for which you wish to achieve a better position. This field cannot contain HTML code or text breaks!

<#TITLE>: The title of the generated document. This field cannot contain HTML code or text breaks!

<#H1>: The headings: These fields cannot contain HTML code or text breaks!

<#H2>

<#URLLIST>: URL list: This may be a bigger text block containing on or more links to other documents. This field can contain HTML-Code.

<#TEXTFULL>: Huge text block containing, for example, repetitions and/or links. This field can contain HTML code.

<#DESCRIPTION>: "description" meta tag (max 500 characters). This field cannot contain HTML code or text breaks!

<#KEYWORDS>: "keywords" meta tag (max 500 characters). This field cannot contain HTML code or text breaks!

In addition, the parameter <#ROOTDOC> is used. This parameter contains the URL of the document to which the created doorway pages will lead. You can use this tag to link to your target document in any section of the template.

NOTE: Please make sure, that you insert <script language="JavaScript" type="text/javascript" src="doorways.js"></script> below the <head> tag if you create your own templates. The program creates the doorway.js file which provides automatic forwarding to your desired target URL.