Later Addition: Note that both of my most cherished personal websites (i.e. Karlina Object dot WordPress dot Com and Karbytes For Life Blog dot WordPress dot Com) use the same WordPress theme (i.e. Intergalactic 2) and that theme, by default, forces each web page within that website to be displayed in a list of hyperlinks which are arranged in alphabetical order and such that the list expands to become fully visible when the website user clicks on the menu button in the upper right corner of the website. Therefore, when any web page within one of those websites is batch saved to the WayBack Machine, any web page within the website which input web page is a member of may be randomly selected as one of the N outlinks being saved during that particular batch save operation.
I (re)discovered the batch web page save feature of the WayBack Machine at the Internet Archive. In order to use the batch save feature, one must be logged into its Internet Archive account). When I save a web page which has hyperlinks within the HTML body which link to other web pages within the same website as the web page which is being saved, each of those linked web pages are saved in a seemingly random order; each with status messages such as “done” (which means the corresponding web page was apparently saved successfully) or some kind of error message (which means that the corresponding web page was apparently not saved successfully). If there are more than a certain natural number, N, of web pages within a website (and their corresponding links are displayed on the web page being saved), no more than N of such web pages will be batched saved.
Note also that each unique Uniform Resource Locator (URL) of a web page may be saved for no more than ten times per day and a URL cannot be saved until 45 minutes pass after that URL is saved.
Probably at least once per month, I will save each web page of my websites one at a time to the WayBack Machine for review and quality assurance purposes.
WayBack Machine Web Page Hierarchy Linear Save Sequence: Typically after I add a new web page to one of my websites, I save the new web page and then I save the next level directory web page which displays a hyperlink to the new web page (and recursively upward in that manner until the root directory web page is saved).
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