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I saw in lot of sites, if I post a thread on Stack Overflow, I see that thread on their sites. I am not sure, how is it possible?

I have a site, it's just for fun, not an commercial motivation,

I want to mirror a Stack Overflow PHP thread on my site, what is the step-by-step procedure?

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Remember that attribution is required. Some of the sites you talk about are in violation of those terms. Also, most of them get Stack Overflow content by scraping the HTML delivered from – In silico Feb 26 '11 at 15:17

You should check out the Stack Exchange API.

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