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    Came across this in a link like so:

    (a href="http://www.site.com/about.htm" tppabs="http://www.site.com/about.htm" class="nav">text link</a)

    When I do a google search trying to find out more, I get a lot of sites that have to be translated but no help. Is this a tracking code? If so, for what program?

    Ray

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    ABW Founder Haiko de Poel, Jr.'s Avatar
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    The tppabs tag is inserted into the source code by Teleport Pro (an offline browser) when it is used to download a site, it is put there to indicate the absolute path of the file on the server or link.

    <font size="2" face="Verdana">Haiko


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    Thanks Haiko. Disappointed, but glad to know. I thought it might be a new tracking system that I could check out. Oh well.

    If it's slick, it's not sticky.

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