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    A little question about framed sites

    I have framed site called index.html:
    1. frame: menu
    2. frame: main window

    Are search engines finding framed sites worser than normal ones?

    I mean, my index.html does have meta keywords, but that's it!
    No content! Content is in menu.html and main.html

    So does it work worser then? Will search engines find my site?
    If not, I'll have to redesign the whole thing...
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    Yes search engines do list frames sites - even google. Otherwise it wouldn't have listed one of mine!
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    on your index.html

    put your content, including links to the menu and main window, in <noframes>(content here)</noframes> tags.

    while you should have meta tags - keep them tight and focused - remember most dont read them - and any "keywords" need to be in the content to count. SE's (like Google) dont use the description - they take the first Text the find in the code as your description. then hand submit the individual pages that count (like mysite.com/body.htm - or what ever you called it) where you can

    oh - PS: use something like framejammer to get your inner pages to call the frameset incase they are indexed and a user steps in on one. se's dont read js yet so it wont effect anything
    Last edited by crashZ; Aug 25, 2001 at 13:52.


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