dstiles - 9:53 pm on Aug 11, 2011 (gmt 0)
I am looking at changing a site based heavily on iframes to offer alternative non-iFrame pages. At the moment all frames are visible to google and data from one iFrame (about 1300 products) is submitted to google base (aka froogle).
My problem with the site is that anyone using Firefox+NoScript may not see the iFrames content at all, just blank squares with the NoScript "worm" symbol. It is easy enough in NoScript (and possibly other browsers) to block iFrames and many people do, if they are security concious. As deadsea says, iFrames are a potential source of bad karma.