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 8:02 am on Jun 7, 2000 (gmt 0)

Does anyone her know what this is:

It is doing something funny with my pages. I won't post the specific URL that is doing something with my pages here, but I'm confused (easily).
Happy to post/e-mail the specific url if requested.



 6:59 pm on Jun 7, 2000 (gmt 0)

I just went there and listed one of my sites; they say listing takes several days, so I will check it then to see what "funny" thing is happening to me. First guess would be it's crowding your pages and collapsing tables because it takes up so much space for their own panel. The idea of this technology is very appealing but artistically, their design is so cheesy that it is a major turnoff.


 10:01 pm on Jun 7, 2000 (gmt 0)

Actually, I hadn't submitted my site so I'm not sure how it got there in the first place.
The useful thing is it provides an additional link to benefit popularity (which is why I came across it).

Hope you find it useful, even if just for the extra link.


 3:59 am on Jun 8, 2000 (gmt 0)

Looks to me like they added the odp sites.

When you say funny, what do you mean engine? Spidering funny, page display funny, or Robin Williams funny?


 7:56 am on Jun 8, 2000 (gmt 0)

Hi Brett,
"funny" in the strange sense.
Having re-run bot1 using the click through link I found for my site all seemed well. I can only guess it was a problem with my browser/pc. The screen display locked on one of the pages in the slideshow. Only by rebooting was I able to regain control.
All "funny/stange" effects now cleared.

Anyway, as bot1 provides me with an additional link, I happy.

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