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    Hard to explain in here...

    Hello and good afternoon

    Ok, you know those "Add this game to your site" boxes on arcade sites where there is a simple html code that people copy and paste into there mySpace, all of the ones I have seen that have a link back to the site can very easily be removed, which would make those people who add the game to there sites a waste of bandwidth because they remove the link that take people who play the game back to your arcade.

    Is there anyway of like putting the html code in like a javascript so that the link cannot be removed by the average blog runner/myspace user, without losing the PR (page rank) and spidering that search engines do?

    I am very interested in whether or not this is possible, thanks in advance

    P.S.: I have uploaded a screen shot that may put the word to a picture if I was too confusing in explaining what I was saying, thanks in advance
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    use dynamic JS to handle it for you, e.g., instead of copying and pasting html, they copy and paste a link to a JS file or PHP file that acts as a JS file:
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    <script src="http://url.com/media.php?someurl=loadthis&id=234"></script>
    which wll generate:
    Code:
    document.write('your html goes here');
    then you have more finite control of what the user sees but that may not actually be good for your rankings, who knows.

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    Ok, but still, any SEO people know if this is a good or bad idea for getting PR/ spidered?

    Thanks in advance


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