Reading the SearchEngineWorld article by Brett Tabke on the META Refresh Tag, I get the impression that enough search engines associate it with SPAM type doorway pages and it should not be used at all.
I currently use it to move users to the appropriate monthly page of an event section at my website, rather than change 100 link tags each month.
keyplyr, that will work for site visitors, unless they're surfing with JS turned off - and you do know that spiders don't read JS and won't follow the redirect.
>appropriate monthly page of an event section
Would it be feasible to use Server-Side Includes for the links to those? That would make the change on all the pages with only one modifying entry to the text file that would be included. That would appear as normal HTML to spiders since it's done server-side rather than client-side, and you could use the JS redirect with detecting to see if it's enabled. Others, including spiders, would have the regular links to use.
>Would it be feasible to use Server-Side Includes for the links to those...