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    Hi,

    I am creating a site for a friend in FP 2000, who needs a self replicating web site.

    How would I achieve this once I have built his site?

    Also would you know, how I could put an autosubmit button on the site for egold and paypal? (Since I am unfamiliar with these programs).

    Please advise
    Herman
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    Don't get too close, I bite! Nicky's Avatar
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    I'm not sure I understand what you mean by a self-replicating website!

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    Self Replicating Web Site

    Self replicating web site means that it could be automatically replicated (duplicated)by others by clicking on a link on the site (they would use the same site but with a different name)

    Thank you
    Herman
    Herman Drost
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    I've not run across this either, but I would like to suggest a word of caution when it comes to the engines.

    Some of them (especially Google and I believe Excite) are very good on picking up on duplicate pages.

    The spam technique works like this:

    A customer regieterd umpteen domains. Then, they put the same index page up on all the domains hoping one of them will stick.

    Well, usually just the opposite happens. The engines pick up on the fact that they are all dups and they significantly penalize them or ban them all.

    If they did not do that, someone searching for they keyord phrase "whatever whatever" might pull up a series of different domains in the top ten but they would all have the same content.
    Editor, J.K. Bowman
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