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I remember, not very long ago, a thread on getting the content to be seen first by a spider on a given page. I have done a search and for the life of me can not find the thread.
I have been hammering on some of the solutions I thought I had noted from the thread and I am having no luck.
I have a page called jewelry_education_care2.htm on my domain listed in my profile. I have been unable to get the content table to appear at the top when using Brett's tool the spider sim on SEW.
Any help would be appreciated. I was trying to use rowspan and column span but just ended up banging my head repeatedly.
I thought I had this one down from the thread but alas...
I've been using absolute positioning for this HTML rearrangement on some sites. But it can be buggy in some browsers, when page layouts get complex. I was working on a page last week that just wouldn't render properly in Netscape 4.08 on Win2K, and I was lucky to have seen it on that particular combination.
So, I find there's plenty of use for non-CSS methods.