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One site suddenly disappeared from Google some time this month for no specific reason I can see. (Disappeared=fallen out of the index).
Could it be that we've used the <noframes> tag for navigation on the inner pages? Is this considerd spam?
The frameset has a <noframes> section pointing to all inner pages and all inner pages have a <noframes> link to each other. It's a very small site (<10 pages). All pages used to be in the index for a long time (no everflux/freshbot involved).
[edited by: Receptional_Andy at 2:56 pm (utc) on April 1, 2003]
>Is it spam?
Depends on if use to get sites higher that do not have 'good' content(ie doorway pages, redirects etc.). I assume you have good content to go with the links in noframes.
to show SE the links there were used a noframe section including a full sitemap.
but the inner pages got only very low PR for two months.
after linking a pure sitemap from the homepage, the PR of the inner pages has been increased.
If you Sticky me the URL, I will let you know what I think. Also let me know of any changes or cleaning up that has happened in the last couple of months.
The site is a work in progress, recently taken over from a non SEO webdesigner. No spam at all as far as I can tell.
In the frameset/noframes only useless comments, has been there all the time.
The <noframes> section to the inner pages is a recent addition.
No spam or keyword stuffing, only links to the other inner pages.
The only other problem I can see: no outgoing links from this site and very few incoming.
ikbenhet1: Google has been indexing frames without help for some time now.
I'll wait for the update to see if it returns and let you know.