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Maybe doc Powdork can confirm that these acute symptoms are indeed Dominitis.
Your search - link:2BOSbW:ourdomain.com/ - did not match any documents.
If we go: contain the term "ourdomain.com"... there are many results from our linkers.
Can anyone help?
this message from brussels belgium
i found out that my site disppeared for google search
i change URL and made some changes to my index file
plse can somebody look at my index.html to find out if i did something wrong
tks to you all
[edited by: Woz at 8:00 am (utc) on May 25, 2003]
[edit reason] no URLs please [/edit]
Google is doing strange things at the moment, so if you made major changes to your page then there may be a delay with your new page getting indexed. Also, if you have a new site, then it will appear in the database briefly but then disappear again until it reappears next update - just like Magic. ;)
Patience is called for at the moment, in the meantime, settle back and have a read through some of the fora here, there is a wealth of information available.
First suggestion is to please read this site's TOS. Your post is most likely going to get stomped on as soon as the mods wake up from some well deserved shut-eye!
Site reviews and posting your own URL are no-no's.
But, while it is here I guess I'll give you my 2 cents. It looks like your site is very new, it was probably included by Freshbot and has now been dropped. That is normal, it will probably be included again within the next 3 months, at which time it should become a permanent fixture.
Until then you may pop up and disappear from time to time. Every newish site goes through this cycle, nothing to worry about!
I just notice that after the last update my main page got PR0.
My inner pages still have good PR (5).
But what I realy don't understand is if my main page have PR0, how come it apear first on all my major keywords?
can anyone tell me what it is about, and what can i do about it?
NFFC: "I have seen a lot of index pages go missing this update, it used to happen a lot in the past but not lately. I honestly think Google have a glitch."
Yes, something is certainly wrong somewhere with respect to index pages. This is widespread, and there is a whole thread on related stuff.
Clean index pages are not being returned, whilst sub pages are. I think speculation of penalties are wide of the mark, as there is just no pattern between the sites affected. I expect it to be sorted by Google soon (and certainly hope so).
Something was chaned last night for sure, and at least one alteration applies to hidden text. How do I know?
On the front page of one of my sites I had the following on one of my links: style="color=silver"
Yes, it's an error. Should have been: STYLE="color:silver"
The net result is that it rendered the link hidden. I didn't even know about it (because I couldn't see it).
Last night - wallop - site gone. Yes, a personal nightmare. But it does kinda prove that changes occured.
I understand (and sincerely hope!) that this type of ban is temprorary (30 days?). Maybe someone else can confirm that?
GoogleGuy: what the heck is going on at the Plex?
Added: yet, if I click on "Find web pages that contain the term mydomain.com", this site of mine and all the pages appear. And, this change happened all of a sudded across all datacenters. Bizarre.
"I would go over everything with a fine-toothed comb to make sure you've removed every bit of hidden text from your site. Within a month or so, if all of the hidden text is gone, you should should show back up in the index again."
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