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Prohibited word
« on: 09-17-2013, 12:10:00 »
Hi

I have a couple of sites that I would like to add to the directory, so I tried to check my Trustrank but my webmaster tool have a prohibited word "Anti spam:"
Can the site get approved with the word "Anti spam:", or does it have to be removed or made into a picture.?

Url newbielink:http://www.webiq.dk [nonactive]
W3blog.dk - newbielink:http://w3blog.dk [nonactive]
WebIQ.dk - newbielink:http://www.webiq.dk [nonactive]


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Re: Prohibited word
« Reply #1 on: 09-20-2013, 19:31:13 »
W3blog, you can replace some latin letters, in the prohibited words, by not latin letters.
F.e. replace spam by spаm (different words, because the second one uses Cyrillic letter а).

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Re: Prohibited word
« Reply #2 on: 02-05-2018, 01:00:20 »
prohibited means something was forbidden — a no-no. You often see it in signs like "Smoking prohibited." It's a strong word, indicating that something is banned and suggesting dire consequences if the ban is not obeyed.

 

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