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How to "steel/copy" a selftest?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by salo123, Apr 6, 2015.

  1. salo123

    salo123 Junior Member

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    Hello BHW!

    Everybody now such a self test. There are a bunch of statements and you need to answer with different declarations (Not at all/Rarely/Sometimes/Often/etc..). Then you click calculate my score and get your score and can check in scale how good/bad your result is.

    I found one of this on another site and I really want to have it on my site.
    I checked already if every declaration has the same points, like every statement you mark with often give you every time 3 points for example. But this test is much more complex.

    Where can I find the calculation base of such a test.

    Thanks in advance!
     
  2. salo123

    salo123 Junior Member

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    anybody? This would be really nice!
     
  3. rob1977

    rob1977 Power Member

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    That's an easy one to code yourself. But if you really wanted to nick it, you have to inspect the page elements.

    You might find its publicly hosted, but if it's coded on the backend your out of luck