Help:On dynamic URL references
WARNING: The link you have just come from is a dynamic reference, meaning that it is not a URL to a specific page but a lookup reference for a dynamically-generated web page. It is dependent on the syntax used on the server end to call the database carrying the requested information, so if the owner of the web page changes their backend architecture, this URL might be unretrievable. This is not an optimal situation under any circumstances, and was probably done due to there being a lack of static lookup capability for the reference in question.
This link might be any of:
- A thread or post on a forum
- A list of entries on a database of factsheets (MSDS, drugs.com, CIA Factbook, etc.)
- A dynamically generated download page (Sourceforge.net and the like)
- A reference from a dynamic DNS or anonymous hosting site (such as Tinypic or TinyURL)
If the link appears to be broken, please try to retrieve the described information and replace the broken URL with an updated one. If it turns out that the original placer of the link was wrong about there being a permanent link, please correct it for stability's sake.