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One way sites, I don't think so! - 11/26/2007
One way sites, I don't think so!
I have got one site, http://www.swingingjohnson.com/ ,which fails "OneWay" _all_ the time. I activate it, and the "bot" make it one way again.
As we have emailed the site, it's active only when I have made it active until the "bot" makes it in-active again...

But its really "two way", as we can see the ssnb in the source which comes up when you do "page source"!
He has not varied the landing page for years, only the content...

Have you got anything against the site?




Replied - 11/26/2007
We don't "have anything against the site", but it does appear to be a classic one-way site. The code is on a landing page that we cannot find a way back to from the rest of the site:

http://www.swingingjohnson.com/main.htm

the "rest of the site" is where everyone goes. That is where the code belongs.




Replied - 11/28/2007
Oh! what is with back buttons?
Well, I'll tell the webmaster, but probally he would withdraw the site!

I understand, completely. You absolutely require the navpanel to be on a page that is reached from the "main" page, with the idea that somebody _not_ following WebRing(tm) are made aware of the rings.

Didn't you get to explain that elsewhere? Or is that explained somewhere?



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