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Collective 3.0 Demo
Brett_Tabke

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Msg#: 63 posted 5:22 pm on May 19, 2000 (gmt 0)

Demo 1 of The Collective v3.0.

Stuff on the main menu that is marked with a stare * are not ready yet. Login ID is "admin" and password is "admin".

Brett

 

Dave

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Msg#: 63 posted 6:48 pm on May 20, 2000 (gmt 0)

Brett, I get the login screen for the demo alright, but when I log in (admin/admin), I get a Forbidden error. Perhaps a perms problem?

stcrim

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Msg#: 63 posted 9:58 pm on May 20, 2000 (gmt 0)

Brett,

I noticed that the Collective 3.0 has "Add URL(s) to Schedule". I assume you've built this feature in because there are SE's that you resubmit to on a regular basis? What search engine are you comfortable resubmitting already indexed pages to? I hear it's safe to do that with Ink, I also hear it's a great way to keep pages from being dropped out of INK.

The feature seems like a great one - sure would love to know which search engines you had in mind when you developed it???

BTW - did the e-mail notice when some replys to a post go away or am I just overlooking it?

Many thanks
Steve

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