mihomes - 7:49 pm on May 9, 2012 (gmt 0)
With all the latest changes with Google I have been thinking somewhat out-of-the-box from how I've been doing things.
This question popped in my head today... 'does google care what you name your classes and id's in your css?'
Me personally I usually use names like logomain,logosub, leftcontent, rightcontent, footer, blue16, etc... would there be any difference if these were something like :
blue-16, left-content, widget-logo, etc?
If you think about it... eventhough your styling is in the css these classes and id's are used in the actual html of the page.
One would think these words would be parsed OR are they filtered out because they are indeed classes and id's and the crawler knows that? Opinions?