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I,ve got two questions about how google works with:
- iframes: My website <edit> have this structure:
A home page with a little text about the site, and a flash movie.
Then, when you enter, it have a pop up, and all the information of the site works with iframes (you click a link, and then it charges an iframe on the same pop up).
Well, I donīt know if googles is friendly with this kind of design.
- My site have this tags < body topmargin=0 leftmargin=0 scroll="no"> , and my question is
** if I put text and external links very deeper from the top (invisible for 1024 x 860 resolution , because I dont have scroll bars and it's not in the visible area of the screen, but in the page, not with negative position, that I know Itīs an old trick and not good) what will hapen?
Google detects that kind of trick?
Could be useful for putting hidden links and text, or I will banned?
Thanks a lot!
Thank you very much
[edited by: rcjordan at 1:11 am (utc) on Dec. 30, 2002]
[edit reason] sorry, no specific references to your site. [/edit]
Thank you very much!
And what do you think about the scroll=no and putting optimized code out of the visible window (in most common resolutions, of course)?
Note: I'm not talking about negative margins, because I've learn here that it would banned my site...
Hidden text fits the bill nicely. NoScroll may already incur a penalty or Google may ignore the words in the file and use only the obviously visible text if you do this (probably only the title would then be used).