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Animating the Cumbria Archive

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Important pages are About, Dawn Hurton and The Archive Project. In the following table you'll find the 10 most important pages of

# Description URL of the website
1. About /sample-page/
2. Dawn Hur­ton /dawn-hurton/
3. The Archi­ve Pro­ject /the-archi­ve-pro­ject/
4. Rob Ives /rob-ives/
5. The Automa­ta /mary-cham­bers/
6. Lady Gillford /lady-gillford/
7. Mar­gery Jackson /mar­gery-jackson/
8. Hugh Lowther /hugh-lowther/
9. Skip to pri­mary con­tent http://www.thearchivep­ro­­tent
10. Cat­heri­ne Marshall /cat­heri­ne-marshall/

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The web server used by is located in USA and run by Digital Ocean. This web server runs a few other websites, mostly in the english language.

The websites of are served by a Nginx server. The content management system WordPress in the version 5.1.1 is used. The HTML pages were created with the latest standard HTML 5. The website does not specify details about the inclusion of its content in search engines. For this reason the content will be included by search engines.

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Server provider:Digital Ocean
Number of websites:2 - more websites using this IP address
Language distribution:100% of the websites are english

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Webserver software: Nginx, Version 1.13.3
Cms-Software:WordPress, Version 5.1.1
Load time: 0.29 seconds (faster than 82 % of all websites)
HTML version:HTML 5
Filesize:93.34 KB (2311 recognized words in text)

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