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Rating the content of your web site
You can quickly and easily place ratings on any web pages you feel may have content not suitable for children. These ratings, when combined with a properly configured web browser, can prevent unsuitable viewers from looking at your web site.

To rate a web page, right click on the page in Internet Service Manager and from the pop-up menu, click Properties. In the dialog box displayed, select HTTP Headers and click on Edit Ratings... to launch the Content Rating dialog. Select the Ratings tab and click on the Enable Ratings for this resource checkbox.

You then need to rate your page in each of the four Recreational Software Advisory Council (RASC) categories: violence, nudity, sex, and language. Highlight the category and use the slider to rate your page. Finish by entering your name and the date.
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