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Our link manager system can now place a random selection of links from your links database on any page. This stops the usual "Top 10 links" ending up being artificially reinforced by the list itself, and biased.
Now in our admin panel when you (or us with managed websites) create a list of articles or links the system offers the option of "Random Select".
As an example, the boxout on this page shows 5 random links from our links page, simply hit the refresh button of your browser to see how it automatically generates a fresh selection of links each time.
For more details contact TempleDene.
Posted by Peter
on Tue 2nd Jul 2013 00:00:32
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Last Modified on Tue 2nd Jul 2013 08:06:27