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Melon's Lost Empire (you found it!)

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So my site is now missing from the public websites tab and my activity no longer shows on the news feed.. someone at neocities clearly doesn't want me around!
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thefunz0ne 6 years ago

I had the same thing happen with an old Neocities site account of mine, I had to make a whole new account just so mine would show up. All I did with the old site I had was post news on some controversial topics

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melonking 6 years ago

As far as I can tell mine vanished after I put my joke gift shop on there ;( Mabey its just a bug, but I messaged them and got no reply. I realy don't agree with undisclosed censorship of sites so Im not sure Ill stay around here ;/

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jeremyredhead 6 years ago

Yea that's definitely not good... I'm willing to bet it's more than likely a mistake (like a SEO-spam-filter accidentally being triggered) If you'd like, I'll gladly ask neocities about it on their twitter.

melonking 6 years ago

Yeh, go for it, I don't have a twitter acount so I cant.

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joppiesaus 6 years ago

Maybe remove the links to paypal on your fake gift shop? The gift shop does not state that the gift shop isn't a real gift shop, but the payment is real, this *could* unintentionally be seen as "Fradulent activity", which violates neocities' "Acceptable Use" policy(see https://neocities.org/terms). Maybe that's why? I don't know!

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melonking 6 years ago

Oh its a joke gift shop, but the items are very real, you can buy them and Ill send them! I read the terms and at no point do they say shops are not allowed. I dont think its fair to blacklist that as fradulant in any way...

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jeremyredhead 6 years ago

I tweeted this out: https://twitter.com/jeremyredhead/status/787374668063703040 Might take a little while to get a response, I've noticed that's often the case with their social media accounts. :S

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