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BenSheppard says

I mean we have 915 pages an easy 700 aren’t needed, obviously if something happens and something needs to be investigated or what ever I understand why they’d be there.

Surely it’s costing disk space, bandwidth and using resources that could be put elsewhere?

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theAlThemist says

Surely it’s costing disk space, bandwidth and using resources that could be put elsewhere?

And surely they help SEO !

Also, not everybody is asking dumb questions answered 1000s of times again and again. There are few of us that actually use the search function (even if it’s a total waste of time). :) And I am pretty sure what envato suffers from is not the bandwidth and disc space.

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x4er0 says

Surely it’s costing disk space, bandwidth and using resources that could be put elsewhere?
do you think that a company like envato does the problem disk space or… bandwidth? Don’t be ridiculous …
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