I wonder how this thread that we are reading here actually is saved. If I look at the URL it could say something like this:
As I see it seems that a new .aspx page is created for this specific thread: (1594588.aspx)
Why I wonder this is because of this:
First, this page can be found if you search on google for specific words in this thread. The thing is that I have done a simular function but I dont think I have done it correctly for that purpose to be found on google.
I have done one page called "Info.aspx". Now when a user click different links on my webpage, I pass a Session variable along to the opened (Info.aspx) page where I detect what information that will be filled in a very simular window like this.
So all this information is located in .txt files. Now if you search on google, I beleive that this "Info.aspx" cant be opened with a specific information as the page is needing a Session variable in the Page_Load event to "know" what .txt files to read from and fill the page with information ?
1. I think I have done this wrong for this purpose ?
2. Secondly I wonder how this page with all posts is saved, For example the text that you read right know, is it saved in .txt files or is it in some how saved "hardcoded" in this created 1594588.aspx file that is this thread ?
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