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7:15 am on Jun 6, 2003 (gmt 0)

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I noticed that the pages which weren't cralwed yet like the messages here had a grey bar. Pages at my websites which weren't cralwed were grey bar .. but now I see them as PR0, hat goes for the message posts here as well. They are not found when searched for but they have PR0. So that's google new methodology. PR0 to pages which have not been indexed. So don't worry if u see a pr0 and site not indexed / cached .. wouldn't necessarily mean that your site is banned.
7:28 am on June 6, 2003 (gmt 0)

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true or i hope true. my new domain pr 0 and some new pages that are in index also pr 0 and not grey..but sometimes grey...everything is confusing :)
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New domain new pages put up this last week and they are PR0 and logs show no Googlebot visit, very amusing.

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outrun,yes,that is what was confusing to me too - ididnt see googlebot visiting and domain is not yet in google.
8:05 am on June 6, 2003 (gmt 0)

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I don't think it is confusing and seem to be a "brand new" and universal occurrence with PR & toolbar.

I uploaded new pages on the well-established site of PR6 and immediately I check the PR on these new pages which got PR0. Googlebot has no way to grasp these pages on time. Also I uploaded a new site and immediately PR0 too.

If we don't consider that toolbar got any bug, then it looks like new pages or sites were default to PR0, rather than the guesstimate PR or grey bar that was before Dominic.

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New/unindexed pages have had PR0 in the past - this isn't particular to this update.

>>If we don't consider that toolbar got any bug

Considering that sites like uk.yahoo.com also have PR0, I don't think it's really worthwhile worrying about until the toolbar has sorted it's life out.

Remember also that the toolbar is not showing you 'real' PR which is used to rank pages, but 'guessed' PR which can be affected by any number of things.

8:31 am on June 6, 2003 (gmt 0)

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toolbar might not be the best source of accurate info on PR - G directory rankings are said to be better, so if youre looking to find the precise PR of a site, try it first
8:46 am on June 6, 2003 (gmt 0)

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I've all but given up looking at the toolbar, try checking out the PR of this page :)
9:10 am on June 6, 2003 (gmt 0)

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Me thinks that the greying-out of the PR is caused by a site's restriction to index the resp. pages by either robots exclusion or by noindex meta tag.

I don't pay too much attention to toolbar's PR either.
Our site's main page gets over 1 million requests a month and the displayed PR is only 2. Regardless of the frame/no-frames version.

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9:21 am on June 6, 2003 (gmt 0)

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In germany i see at Google.de the guesstimate (high) PR for new pages!
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>>>New/unindexed pages have had PR0 in the past - this isn't particular to this update.

well could be .. but what's amusing is i mistyped webmasterowrld.com - ofcourse it got cannot server page but with a PR0 .. hehe, that i haven't seen before.

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Yes seofreak, this is really new!
 

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