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On G homepage, click on More... and you will find directory. On the left, there is a green/grey bar like the Google PR bar off the toolbar. No PR value is shown, just estimate how far the green goes. I've even got a ruler out before now, 'cos I'm sad
You can look at the image properties to estimate more precisely.
pos.gif is the green part
neg.gif is the gray part
cleardot.gif is used for some sites as well
The total width equals 40px.
In decreasing PR, the sizes used are:
Some food for discussion:
There are only 8 notches here, and even a PR10 site like Google/Yahoo uses only the 38px image.
I also looked up a "cleardot" listed site, and the corresponding Toolbar PageRank shows as 2.
I'm not sure how they scale Directory PageRank compared to Toolbar PageRank, or if the two are even related.
we (in a forum in germany) have discovered very unusual sites, that could maybe generate duplicate content for EVERY domain you can imagine.
I started a threat here in wmm, but it is for review and i dont know if it will be posted.
Can i send somebody some examples to have a look on this? I am not sure.
It looks to me like it's either framing or redirecting to the site in its url. Kind of reminds me of a link a ran across searching for my domain name once "mydomain.com.com" which kind of freaked me out but when I clicked on that one nothing came up so I think it was just a bug in the index. I'm not sure what the functional purpose of that site you mentioned is though.
I just noticed a major PR drop on a big washington newspaper site going from PR8 to 7 for the index and 8 to 6 for many inner pages...
that's the current DC results:
On the other hand - many other sites I checked remained constant - so far.
Is this a partial piece of a rolling PR update or the early start of a full re-numbering?
Anyone noticed a change as well?