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Common Borders
How do SE read and rank Common Borders
bsand715




msg:936764
 5:43 pm on Jul 14, 2002 (gmt 0)

Being new to web design and optimization.My question is how do SE read and rank "commom boarders" as to keywords,relevancy,word count ect?
Do they spider before content or--- ??????
Do they spider at all?

 

stevenha




msg:936765
 7:16 pm on Jul 14, 2002 (gmt 0)

HI bsand715,
I had trouble understanding your question. Could you rephrase it and explain in more detail.

Is "common boarders" a keyword phrase that searchers would type into a search engine? Does it refer to people who rent a place to live in a boarding house? Or does it refer to the borders between countries?

Were you asking how SE spiders read a page? and whether they read all the content, doing word counts and judging if your keyword phrase is significantly present on the page? ( Yes, they do.)

bsand715




msg:936766
 11:35 pm on Jul 14, 2002 (gmt 0)

Thanks Stevenha & Marcia.Yes,it does refer to MS- FP 98 common boarders and the way SE read.

brotherhood of LAN




msg:936767
 12:06 am on Jul 15, 2002 (gmt 0)

I used the FP shared borders previously, though I came across a glitch where FP liked to delete them every now and again (im sure it was a glitch with the way it stores temporary files).

As far as I can remember of them, they should not affect ranking in any way. The additional code is placed inside a tag in the head which the frontpage extensions interpret. It should have something like "l r" if you have left and right side includes. I cant remember the exact syntax of the tag.

Nonetheless, the shared border is very similar to the "include page" function in frontpage. You may find these useful on your travels bsand, as it means you are unrestricted in regards to your usage of real estate (screen space) without the FP shared borders boxing in your main content.

I use the "include file" function for navigation. It saves you file space and the time it would take to update all the pages manually....just as the shared borders do.

If you look at the source code of your page on the web server, you should be able to see any extra code created by the borders...if there is any....but essentially WYSIWYG in regards to what you see on the screen....the SE spiders will see more or less the same.

FWIW I was using the shared borders with a site with PR6 in Google....so it was on the up when I was using them, I dont think they will harm your rankings at the very least.

stevenha




msg:936768
 12:07 am on Jul 15, 2002 (gmt 0)

Aaaah, Frontpage. ( Not skate boarders eh? )

Regarding what search engines spiders analyze, you can have a good guess by surfing to your page (using your browser), and doing "view source".

If the html code that displays your "common borders" is visible in "view source", then its a good bet that the search engines will analyze it and consider it for their rankings.

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