controlling what gets indexed and how it's handled
That wasn't what I wanted to happen, for two reasons.
One is that this site indexed only a legacy version - in my file http://www.campin.me.uk/Music/Modes.abc , which is long superseded by a version split into many linked files, at http://www.campin.me.uk/Music/Modes/ . There is a lot more stuff in the newer version and it's better edited. How come it hasn't been noticed?
The other problem is that the tune was displayed in isolation. I'm happy with that for much of my stuff, but for others (the modes stuff included) I want people to see the tunes in context, and ONLY in context. When John Chambers's tune finder was the only game in town I could do that - if you set the X field to zero, his software will (or at least used to) download only the complete file the tune occurs in. So for some of my files, every tune has X:0. They're that way for a reason.
This site does not make the same distinction between what it indexes and what it will display.
How about it?
(I am just about to delete the older file; I hope that kills the version here).