I've got a website with information on cities. Right now I display a form, below that I display a list of linked locations within the city, followed by a map, followed by a block of text.
My main concern is if the SE's will consider the text as "hidden" text and look at me as if I am trying to cheat them.
If you select the right approach this should not represent a SE issue. For example, an AJAX tooltip or accordion enables you to use HTML to contain the content. When you view source you will find fully spiderable code.
I know the source code will look similair to the non-tabbed version, but these tactics "can" be used to hide keyword-stuffed-spam-content-text as well. This is not the case with us, but my question was if it is being frowned upon by the SE's or not...