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SiteShadow 50821-2052 SiteShadow 50821-2052 SiteShadow - $0.00 Version 50821-2052
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Description Updated 2013-07-25

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SiteShadow pulls information from other web sites, and places it within your own content as if it were your own. Put a favourite web site on your own web site, changing graphics, header, footer, or names. Or pull content from a free web host and save server space. You can even erase code, like those annoying pop-up banners.

Screen shot of SiteShadowThis is a neat way to mimic content from another site.

Your web server can pose as a web browser, visit a web site of your choice, extrapolate content, modify it, and then feed it back to a user on your site.

Using a search and replace routine, you can tell the script exactly what to look for and what to put in it's place. A snippet of JavaScript can be instantly removed, or the name of the site can be automatically modified. Don't like the style of the site? It's easy to instruct this script to grab only a portion of the remote site, to change images, and then display it with a header and footer of your choice.

Warning: this could be illegal if your intent is to steal content and pose it as your own. You should ask permission of the original site owner before proceeding.


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Site Shadow operates very well and allows my site to be updated with content automatically with content from a news source - without any updating required! I would recommend it to anyone.

Graeme Olsen
www.southwestlife.com.au

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