roodle - 12:13 pm on Jun 9, 2010 (gmt 0)
I'm building a basic form search facility which allows users to select checkboxes (16 total) representing database fields. Ideally I'd like Google to be able to spider the results pages, but I'm realising that in order to create unique title/h1 content (based on the selections) for those pages the tags will potentially end up being quite long and trailing. So I'm wondering where the priority should be on making them unique. How should I deal with this? Would a long trailing title and more concise, but non-unique, h1 be ok, or vice versa? The meta description will also be unique but length won't be an issue there.
Thanks in advance.