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This site had been updated every day for a month after its opening.

This site had been updated every day for the first month of opeing.

Are my sentence correct and do they convey about the same meaning?
Is there better way to say it?
Thanks.
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This site was updated every day during its first month.
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Hi
I would say:

This site was updated every day for/during the/its first month.

If it was a fairly recent event I would say:

This site has been updated every day for/during the/its first month.

I would use:

The site had been updated every day for a month after its opening - if I wanted to place this event behind another event that I was talking about.

I don't like 'for the first month of opening' - how long does it take to open?
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I understand my sentences' weak points, and thanks, Mr M and Optilang for your natural sentences.
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