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gzw1
http://xinyue.net.ru
yeah!
would you like it?
reshi
Nice layout, definetly have some Mac fans Smile
yupeng
Hello!
My friends from JGWY.
yupeng
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budazz
nice site sis
Arin
Cute layout. Really cute :).

After short looking into source I think I could stick to two things :). First is that <base> element should be placed between <head> & </head> tags. Second is that you seem to have inappropriate value in <meta name="robots">. Quote from http://www.robotstxt.org/wc/meta-user.html
Quote:
What to put into the Robots META tag
The content of the Robots META tag contains directives separated by commas. The currently defined directives are [NO]INDEX and [NO]FOLLOW. The INDEX directive specifies if an indexing robot should index the page. The FOLLOW directive specifies if a robot is to follow links on the page. The defaults are INDEX and FOLLOW. The values ALL and NONE set all directives on or off: ALL=INDEX,FOLLOW and NONE=NOINDEX,NOFOLLOW.

Some examples:

<meta name="robots" content="index,follow">
<meta name="robots" content="noindex,follow">
<meta name="robots" content="index,nofollow">
<meta name="robots" content="noindex,nofollow">

Note the "robots" name of the tag and the content are case insensitive.

You obviously should not specify conflicting or repeating directives such as:

<meta name="robots" content="INDEX,NOINDEX,NOFOLLOW,FOLLOW,FOLLOW">

A formal syntax for the Robots META tag content is:

content = all | none | directives
all = "ALL"
none = "NONE"
directives = directive ["," directives]
directive = index | follow
index = "INDEX" | "NOINDEX"
follow = "FOLLOW" | "NOFOLLOW"

I hope that my humble opinion was useful :).

Cheers,
Arin.
aziz79
yess.. nice site..
gzw1
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http://bbs.miss8.net
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