Ok lets say that I have a frameset that has 4 pages in it with two of the frames set to noscroll. Of those 2, 1 of them is an anchor or the "top" page with the navigation bar in it and the other is where the topics change with multiple pages. Below the line of visibilty I start building a hierachical structure based on theming and keyword linking using the "top" page as a "hub" to all of the "child" pages below. Each of the "child" pages is optied for subsets of relevent terms related to the main theme keyword and there is crosslinking between frameset folders all on relevent topics with each "child" having links back to root.
Directory structure is 3 folders deep from root so as to maintain "nearness" and there can obviously be as many framesets as needed.
Each page in the frameset has an external js to put it back in the frameset should it be called up by itself.
1. Does this sound like it will work? 2. Should I keep spidey off the frameset page so he don't get suspicious?
I can understand what you mean there tedster, but the frames actually are part of a presentation and the underlying seo is secondary. I just thought since I had 400+ pages in that presentation "module" that I could put it to good use. The main seo is still at root and branches down into this area as well as others.