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7/26/09
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Leslie P

Can't verify with Meta Tag

My site: http://www. beautifulplacemats. com, has the meta tag correctly in place (I can see it in the source code), but the site will not verify. (I had no problems with Yahoo or MSN to verify, as a side note.) I just get "We weren't able to verify your site http://www. beautifulplacemats. com", with no specific explanation.
 
I am using GoDaddy Quick Shopping Cart for my site. I see that when I type in my domain name, it redirects me to http://www. beautifulplacemats .com/main.sc. Is this the source of the problem? I asked GoDaddy for help, and they told me it was a Google problem, of course.
 
Is there a way to get my site verified with a meta tag? With the quick shopping cart, I am unable to upload a file (at least I don't think I can).
 
Any thoughts? Unfortunately, the error message does not give me any indication as to what the problem is. The meta tag is there, but no luck.
 
Thanks for your assistance.
 
Leslie
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7/26/09
Google user
When I check your homepage with a tool like http://www.urivalet.com/  the page does a 302 redirect to 

main.sc;jsessionid=1B86B486B77E81B81F3ECF6D859269D5.qscstrfrnt03

Google does not follow a 302 redirect so it is not finding the tag
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