what is the difference?
Pleasse what is the difference between these two pics?
I mean, why we can google the second one(although the both have been warped), and not the first one?
Is that because of robot.txt and how to achieve this?
Exactly what searches are you doing? Why would you expect them to have the same result?
You can think of image search as a cross between looking at a handful of general image quality factors (size, resolution) and conventional text search. Once you get past certain minimum quality standards as far as the image itself is concerned, ranking in image search depends on factors like the 'alt' attribute of the <img> tag and the text content adjacent to the image on the page where it resides.
Why is that the first pic cannot be googled?
Does anyone have an idea which program might have warped the first pic?
There's nothing wrong with the first image that would keep it out of Google. If you can't find it in Google, then it may not be included in Google's index or the page where the image resides does not include enough information to allow the image to be found.
All I knew about the pic is that url that I left above.
The fact is we can find some pics that way, and some not.
That is why I thought that the reason that google cannot find the pic is because it was warped.
But then I warped another pic ,even changed the colour, and google found it.
That is the second one.
If You put the url of the second pic (u have it up, so u can try!) google finds it.
There might be only two reasons:
1.The warping program&method were not strong enough
2. The reason we can't find the first pic is not becuase t was warped.
So, can I ask now, how can I know for a certain pic if it is in google or not? Just to go to other search engine, find a pic and check?
How did the person who put the first pic on the forum (as a game) know this pic is not in google?
(Just for yout information, the first pic IS in google, but in the unwarped form!!!)
It is Dűrer's autoportrait, just google it and U will find it!
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