lucy24 - 2:43 am on Jan 16, 2013 (gmt 0)
Oops. That will teach me to read too fast. Not your homegrown CMS, just an up-to-date site using buttons as God intended them to be used instead of faking it with images the way we did in the old days.
No images, therefore no alt text... but what about the links themselves? If you've got a button on the subdirectory index page
then the link itself can say either
There have got to be threads and threads and threads of discussion about the SEO effects of the two forms. Not here in CSS, of course ;)
Also about the Duplicate Content perils of having
end up on the same page. Maybe I did not make up the ideal example.
Is there any solid information about how search engines use <title="blahblah"> text? Almost any html element in the world can have a title.