Rating limitations

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You may arrive on a web page that contains a long list of websites, several hundred could be referenced in one single page and you may wonder why WOT does not display a rating icon for every site. There is a load restriction in place that is set to an ''x-quantity'' per browser.
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An example of a website that WOT will, by default show rating icons, but where not all listings are loaded is DMOZ - [http://www.dmoz.org/ visit]
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You may arrive on a webpage that has a long list of websites, several hundred could be referenced in a single page and you may wonder why WOT does not display a rating icon for every site. There is a load restriction in place that is set to an ''x-quantity'' per browser.
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An example of a website that WOT will, by default show rating icons, but where not all listings are loaded is [http://www.dmoz.org/ DMOZ.]
  
 
=Firefox=
 
=Firefox=
The Firefox add-on currently loads reputations for at most 100 different domains on any given page.
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Currently loads reputations for at most 100 different domains on any given page - reloading the page will get you another 100 reputations.
Reloading the page will get you another 100 reputations.
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=Internet Explorer=
 
=Internet Explorer=
Doesn't support other email providers than Gmail.
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Doesn't support non-Gmail email providers.
 
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=Google Chrome=
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None.
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=Other browsers=
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This is a work in progress.
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Latest revision as of 10:39, 19 February 2012

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You may arrive on a webpage that has a long list of websites, several hundred could be referenced in a single page and you may wonder why WOT does not display a rating icon for every site. There is a load restriction in place that is set to an x-quantity per browser.

An example of a website that WOT will, by default show rating icons, but where not all listings are loaded is DMOZ.

[edit] Firefox

Currently loads reputations for at most 100 different domains on any given page - reloading the page will get you another 100 reputations.

[edit] Internet Explorer

Doesn't support non-Gmail email providers.

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