__/ [ Mark Shell ] on Friday 28 April 2006 19:58 \__
> "Roy Schestowitz" <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>> __/ [ www.1-script.com ] on Friday 28 April 2006 16:10 \__
>>> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>>>>> One of my sites www.mysample.com has PR5. Its URL version
>>>>> www.mysample.com/index.html has also been PR5 - until recently;
>>>>> now it is
>>>>> PR0. What might have happened?
>>>> Unless there is some issue with the datacentres, you /might/ have been
>>> Wow, that's too big a statement, Roy. If only /index.html lost PR, it
>>> simply means that G figured out the duplication. Nothing bad at all. If
>>> both / and /index.html lost PR, then it's another story but this is not
>>> how I would have read the OP.
>> Oops. I didn't read this carefully enough, but let's wait and find out
>> the OP says. The message was very short. I tend to read and compose very
>> qucikly without double-checking, which is a habit that entails a certain
> Dmitri read it correctly:
> The / has PR5. The index.html has PR0 (use to be PR5 too...)
> Thanks to all for the replies.
I read your original message improperly. Sorry to have jumped to some wrong
conclusions as a result.
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