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Accordion FAQ - This module adds a easy to use FAQ Section to your magento store with jquery powered animation. In this module you have both backend FAQ section to manage your FAQ section you Can easily add and update your FAQ section through your magento store backend. On frontend you have a animated FAQ section for your store. Have a look at the demo below
Most sites in Yahoo! are suggested by users. Sites are placed in categories by Yahoo! Surfers, who visit and evaluate all suggestions and decide where they best belong. This is done to ensure that Yahoo! is organized in the best possible way, making the directory easy to use, intuitive, helpful, and fair to everyone.
It is indeed. All suggested sites are visited and evaluated by Yahoo! Surfers who decide where the sites best belong. This ensures that Yahoo! is organized in the best possible way, making the directory easy to use, intuitive, helpful, and fair to everyone.
When you follow a link and you get errors, there may be several reasons. First, the site may be busy or temporarily down. This happens a lot especially on overloaded sites such as ftp.netcom.com. It may be that the site is denying people access. In which case, if you really want access, please write email to the site authors (usually webmaster@sitename). Of course it may be that the link no longer exists.
If you think that a link no longer exists, please inform us and we'll remove it from our directory.
Yahoo! search scans three main areas: Yahoo! categories, web sites listed in Yahoo!, and web pages indexed by Alta Vista. For the first two of these, Yahoo! searches for matches in its database and then ranks the results in order of most relevant to least relevant. Some of the factors that affect relevancy are: the number of search words matched (the more words matched, the higher the rank); exact word matches (these are ranked higher than approximate matches); and where in an entry the search words were found (a match in the title of a site is ranked higher than a match in the comments or the URL).