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Here's the Deleted Thread That Shows You How to View Your Deleted Threads
killedbydeath
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01-03-2018 07:45 PM

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RE: Here's the Deleted Thread That Shows You How to View Your Deleted Threads
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Ghost of Skippy
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01-03-2018 07:48 PM

 



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RE: Here's the Deleted Thread That Shows You How to View Your Deleted Threads
LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-03-2018 07:39 PM)
Skippy, why not just join properly and be the funny and playful poster you once were???



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Adytum
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01-03-2018 08:02 PM

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Google only saves cached threads so long before the web scrawler tries to download the page again and save it.
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NormalIsSubjective

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01-04-2018 12:44 AM

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RE: Here's the Deleted Thread That Shows You How to View Your Deleted Threads
In Like Flynn’  Wrote: (01-03-2018 07:37 PM)
NormalIsSubjective  Wrote: (01-03-2018 01:06 AM)
Is D still throwing the 'robots.txt' spanner in the Wayback Machine?

About /robots.txt
In a nutshell
Web site owners use the /robots.txt file to give instructions about their site to web robots; this is called The Robots Exclusion Protocol.

It works likes this: a robot wants to vists a Web site URL, say http://www.example.com/welcome.html. Before it does so, it firsts checks for http://www.example.com/robots.txt, and finds:

User-agent: *
Disallow: /

The "User-agent: *" means this section applies to all robots. The "Disallow: /" tells the robot that it should not visit any pages on the site.

There are two important considerations when using /robots.txt:

robots can ignore your /robots.txt. Especially malware robots that scan the web for security vulnerabilities, and email address harvesters used by spammers will pay no attention.
the /robots.txt file is a publicly available file. Anyone can see what sections of your server you don't want robots to use.
So don't try to use /robots.txt to hide information.

See also:

Can I block just bad robots?
Why did this robot ignore my /robots.txt?
What are the security implications of /robots.txt?

The details <---LINK TO REST OF ARTICLE

Thanks for that.

I just wish D would let the Wayback Machine archive the site, then he could purge to his hearts content.
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