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Old 04-20-2006, 08:44 AM   #1
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Default If you believe in PageRanks...

...you might find Webmaster Eyes a handy site.

You can use their form to browse a site and see the page rank for each of the links on the page, or put the form on your own site (or on a local page, or so it only appears on your development server).

If you want to keep an eye on the PR of your own page(s), you can use their other PR tool to check a PR, and use their code to put on your own page. Unlike some other PR tools I've tried, it accepts a page URL, not just a site URL, so with a bit of server-side trickery you can have the PR of any page in your site with a single bit of code.

Note: Their code is ugly, using a layout table for the little form for instance, and particularly, there's a completely superfluous <noscript> section in both bits of code. But they don't say you can't change it - so adapt to make it valid, accessible, and just leave out the noscipt.

I just implemented the latter tool on my travel blog - just a single line in a single Smarty template - see the "tools and referrals" box in the sidebar (which badly needs reorganizing, I know...).

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