Installing the Analysis Directory on YWR and Documentation

 

consturctionDocumentation for DNSTC Developers

This document will only provide information for DNSTC developer’s and is really of no use to anyone else.

About the Analysis Directory

The Analysis Directory is the directory that will house the data reports and status reports for projects that we are working on for clients.  They will get their own URL and be able to connect to YourWebReviewed.com to view those reports.

During the processing of the reports (you will see in other documentation) they can be published via FTP.  To make life simple, we have decided to house all reports under YourWebReviewed.com which the bulk of these reports all related to SEO.

In order for the process to work, the directory must first be installed before any of the reports can be viewed by the client.

To Install the Directory:

  1. Add the domain to the developer’s portal.
  2. Connect to the SEO page of the domain in the developer’s portal and add the directory name, and if you know the keyword phrases.
  3. Click on the Install button next to the directory name.
  4. A new window will pop-up installing the directory, creating the config.txt, and copying over the index.php file.  You can test to make sure all is installed by clicking on the connect at the end of the installation screen.

About the Index.php File

A special index file has been created that will not only pull the tasks from the DNSTC developer’s portal, but also provide a directory listing of the reports.  During the installation process above, the index file is copied into the directory.  The source of the index.php file is located at:

http://www.yourwebreviewed.com/analysisReport/index.php

If changes need to be made to the client’s directory listing or index file.  All that has to be done is update the source index.php, copy it over to the source directory, and follow the installation procedure again.  This will provide the new version of the index.php file in the client’s directory.

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