So I'm working on a client site and I can't simply redesign it, however I'm running into a clunky problem left from the original designer.
First, it's a flat HTML site, so that's never fun :-)
When clicking on a link in a drop down, the target page then has an onLoad event that pulls down the drop-down menu automatically for the section you clicked on.
The problem is my client has the same page linked from different dropdowns, and to keep the menus consistent there are duplicate pages with different onload events to pull down the appropriate drop-down.
Any elegant ways to remove the dupe pages without completely re-doing the nav? I thought about passing a variable in the URL but I'm worried Google will then see *that* as a dupe page.
...or is Google now smart enough to realize that's the same page?
[edited by: Illah at 9:55 pm (utc) on Dec. 6, 2007]