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What's the difference between a site and a page?
One site can have several pages associated with it.

Both sites and pages can have keywords. When your visitors use the NDN Keywords search engine, site keyword(s) will take them to URL of the main site to which you have assigned the keyword(s). Page keywords will take visitors to specific pages within your sites.

For instance, for the site imaginarysite.com, the keywords "imaginary" and "imaginarysite" could be created. When searched for, those keywords would redirect to imaginarysite.com's URL.

Then, for the page "imaginarysite.com/newpage.html," separate keywords could be created. Perhaps keywords such as "new" and "page" would be used to redirect a keyword search to newpage.html.

Page Keywords are particularly useful when the search form is placed on your site. If you set-up the search form, users will be able to easily jump to different pages on your site by simply entering a specified keyword.

Last updated: Aug 17, 2001.